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DBTEST 2011 program is set

May 2nd, 2011 · No Comments

Yesterday, Ken Salem of the University of Waterloo and Goetz Graefe of HP Labs announced the list of accepted papers for the upcoming 2011 DBTEST Workshop, which will be held on June 13, 2011 in Athens as one of the co-located workshops of the 2011 ACM SIGMOD Conference.

Accepted Papers

This year’s Workshop features eight high-quality papers that should spur some lively discussion amongst the participants; two of the accepted papers are co-authored by members of my SQL Anywhere engineering staff here at Sybase iAnywhere: Ivan Bowman and Ani Nica.

Here’s the complete list of accepted papers:

  • Database State Generation via Dynamic Symbolic Execution for Coverage Criteria. Kai Pan (UNC-Charlotte), Xintao Wu (UNC-Charlotte), and Tao Xie (North Carolina State University).
  • FlexMin: A Flexible Tool for Automatic Bug Isolation in DBMS Software. Kristi Morton (University of Washington) and Nico Bruno (Microsoft Research).
  • Parallel Data Generation for Performance Analysis of Large, Complex RDBMS. Tilmann Rabl (University of Passau) and Meikel Poess (Oracle).
  • Plan Space Entropy: An Early Warning System to Detect Plan Regressions in Cost-based Optimizers. Florian Waas (EMC), Leo Giakoumakis (Microsoft), and Shin Zhang (Microsoft).
  • Predicting System Performance for Multi-tenant Database Workloads. Mumtaz Ahmad (University of Waterloo) and Ivan Bowman (Sybase iAnywhere).
  • Testing Spatial Methods in SQL Server 11.0. Branislav Uzelac (Microsoft), Nemanja Matkovic (Microsoft), and Danica Porobic (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne)
  • The Mixed Workload CH-benCHmark. Rick Cole (ParAccel), Florian Funke (Technische Universität München), Leo Giakoumakis (Microsoft), Wey Guy (Microsoft), Alfons Kemper (Technische Universität München), Stefan Krompß (Technische Universität München), Harumi Kuno (HP Labs), Raghunath Nambiar (Cisco), Thomas Neumann (Technische Universität München), Meikel Poess (Oracle), Kai-Uwe Sattler (TU Ilmenau), Michael Seibold (Technische Universität München), Eric Simon (SAP), Florian Waas (EMC/Greenplum).
  • Tractor Pulling on Data Warehouse. Martin Kersten (CWI), Alfons Kemper (Technische Universität München), Volker Markl (Technische Universität Berlin), Anisoara Nica (Sybase iAnywhere), Meikel Poess (Oracle), Kai-Uwe Sattler (Technische Universität Ilmenau).

On-line registration for the Workshop is now open.

Tags: Computer Science education