Journal: SIGMOD Record

Volume 41, Issue 4

6 -- 17Marcelo Arenas, Claudio Gutierrez, Daniel P. Miranker, Jorge Pérez 0001, Juan Sequeda. Querying Semantic Data on the Web?
18 -- 21Fabio Grandi. Introducing an annotated bibliography on temporal and evolution aspects in the semantic web
22 -- 27Hyunjung Park, Richard Pang, Aditya G. Parameswaran, Hector Garcia-Molina, Neoklis Polyzotis, Jennifer Widom. An overview of the deco system: data model and query language; query processing and optimization
28 -- 32Marianne Winslett, Vanessa Braganholo. Daniel Abadi speaks out
33 -- 38George Beskales, Gautam Das, Ahmed K. Elmagarmid, Ihab F. Ilyas, Felix Naumann, Mourad Ouzzani, Paolo Papotti, Jorge-Arnulfo Quiané-Ruiz, Nan Tang 0001. The data analytics group at the qatar computing research institute
39 -- 44Hua Lu, Torben Bach Pedersen, Simonas Saltenis, Bent Thomsen, Lone Leth Thomsen, Kristian Torp. Daisy: the center for data-intensive systems at Aalborg University
45 -- 50Charu C. Aggarwal. On the equivalence of PLSI and projected clustering
51 -- 54Vagelis Hristidis. Challenges and communities of medical informatics research
55 -- 59Xin Luna Dong, Eduard Constantin Dragut. 10th international workshop on quality in databases: QDB 2012
60 -- 64Jan Hidders, Jacek Sroka, Paolo Missier. Report from the first workshop on scalable workflow enactment engines and technology (SWEET'12)
65 -- 67Xiaofeng Meng, Fusheng Wang. XLDB Asia 2012: the first extremely large databases conference at Asia

Volume 41, Issue 3

5 -- 14Grigoris Karvounarakis, Todd J. Green. Semiring-annotated data: queries and provenance?
15 -- 23Edimar Manica, Carina F. Dorneles, Renata de Matos Galante. Handling temporal information in web search engines
24 -- 27Marianne Winslett, Vanessa Braganholo. Ryan Johnson: recipient of the 2012 ACM SIGMOD Jim Gray dissertation award
28 -- 33Themis Palpanas, Yannis Velegrakis. dbTrento: the data and information management group at the University of Trento
34 -- 43Krishna G. Kulkarni, Jan-Eike Michels. Temporal features in SQL: 2011
44 -- 50Thomas Kissinger, Benjamin Schlegel, Matthias Böhm, Dirk Habich, Wolfgang Lehner. A high-throughput in-memory index, durable on flash-based SSD: insights into the winning solution of the SIGMOD programming contest 2011
51 -- 53Jose-Norberto Mazón, Irene Garrigós, Florian Daniel, Malú Castellanos. Report of the international workshop on business intelligence and the web: BEWEB 2011

Volume 41, Issue 2

5 -- 14Mikolaj Bojanczyk. Algorithms for regular languages that use algebra
15 -- 26Anderson A. Ferreira, Marcos André Gonçalves, Alberto H. F. Laender. A brief survey of automatic methods for author name disambiguation
27 -- 36Marianne Winslett, Vanessa Braganholo. Tamer Özsu speaks out: on journals, conferences, encyclopedias and technology
37 -- 46Marianne Winslett, Vanessa Braganholo. Erich Neuhold speaks out: on industry research versus academic research, funding projects, and more
47 -- 0Philip A. Bernstein, Christian S. Jensen, Kian-Lee Tan. A call for surveys

Volume 41, Issue 1

5 -- 10Ya-Hui Chang. Optimizing XML twig queries with full-text predicates
11 -- 19Schahram Dustdar, Reinhard Pichler, Vadim Savenkov, Hong Linh Truong. Quality-aware service-oriented data integration: requirements, state of the art and open challenges
20 -- 29Imene Mami, Zohra Bellahsene. A survey of view selection methods
30 -- 39Marianne Winslett, Vanessa Braganholo. David Lomet speaks out: on database recovery, logs, versions and more..
40 -- 49Marianne Winslett, Vanessa Braganholo. Catriel Beeri speaks out: on his favorite pieces of work and on the importance of Sabbaticals
50 -- 60Peter T. Wood. Query languages for graph databases
61 -- 66. Institute for the management of information systems Athena research center
67 -- 73Fred Zemke. What.s new in SQL: 2011
74 -- 77Michael Grossniklaus, David Maier. The curriculum forecast for Portland: cloudy with a chance of data