Monday, October 28, 2013

[DMANET] Book "Data Exchange, Integration, and Streams", edited by Phokion G. Kolaitis, Maurizio Lenzerini, and Nicole Schweikardt, published open access (Dagstuhl Follow-Ups, Vol.5)

= Book Announcement =

Title: Data Exchange, Integration, and Streams
Editors: Phokion G. Kolaitis, Maurizio Lenzerini, and Nicole Schweikardt
Series: DFU (Dagstuhl Follow-Ups)
Volume: 5
Publisher: Schloss Dagstuhl - Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik, Dagstuhl Publishing
Publication Date: October, 2013
ISBN: 978-3-939897-61-3

== Open Access ==

Accessible online and free of charge at

You may also check the DBLP entry at

== About the book ==

Data exchange, integration, and streams concern three different, yet
inter-related facets of information integration that have been investigated in
depth in the recent years. Data exchange and integration deal with the execution
of information integration, but they adopt distinctly different approaches. Data
exchange is the problem of transforming data residing in different sources into
data structured under a target schema; in particular, it entails the
materialization of data, after the data have been extracted from the sources and
re-structured into the unified format. In contrast, data integration can be
described as symbolic or virtual integration: users are provided with the
capability to pose queries and obtain answers via the unified format interface,
while the data remain in the sources and no materialization of the restructured
data is required.In the basic data stream model, the input data consists of one
or several streams of data items that can be read sequentially. This scenario is
relevant for a large number of applications where massive amounts of data need
to be processed. Typically, algorithms have to work with one or a few passes
over the data and a memory buffer of size significantly smaller than the input size.

This volume is based on GI-Dagstuhl Seminar 10452 on "Data Exchange,
Integration, and Streams" (DEIS'10) held in November 2010 at Schloss Dagstuhl –
Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik, Germany; see

== Table of contents ==

1. The Chase Procedure and its Applications in Data Exchange – Adrian Onet
2. Algorithms for Core Computation in Data Exchange – Vadim Savenkov
3. The Inverse of a Schema Mapping – Jorge Pérez
4. Reasoning about Schema Mappings – Emanuel Sallinger
5. Query Processing in Data Integration – Paolo Guagliardo and Piotr Wieczorek
6. Semantics for Non-Monotone Queries in Data Exchange and Data Integration –
André Hernich
7. Peer Data Management – Armin Roth and Sebastian Skritek
8. Management of Inconsistencies in Data Integration – Ekaterini Ioannou and
Slawek Staworko
9. Algorithmic Techniques for Processing Data Streams – Elena Ikonomovska and
Mariano Zelke
10. Data Stream Management Systems – Sandra Geisler

See also:
* Frontmatter incl. table of contents and preface:
* CompleteVolume-PDF (7 MB):

== About the Dagstuhl Follow-Ups Series ==

The Dagstuhl Follow-Ups (DFU) series is a publication series which
offers a frame for the publication of peer-reviewed paper collections
based on Dagstuhl Seminars. DFU volumes are published according to the
principle of OpenAccess, i.e., they are available online and free of

See also:

Dr. Marc Herbstritt
Scientific Staff | \\\/ Dagstuhl Publishing
Schloss Dagstuhl - Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik GmbH

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