Program

Accepted Papers

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Accepted Papers

  • Luigi Bellomarini, Georg Gottlob, Andreas Pieris and Emanuel Sallinger. The Vadalog System: Swift Logic for Big Data and Enterprise Knowledge Graphs
  • Juglar Diaz Zamora, Barbara Poblete. Spatiotemporal data representation: place, time and text embedded in the same space
  • Wolfgang Fischl, Georg Gottlob and Reinhard Pichler. General and Fractional Hypertree Decompositions: Hard and Easy Cases
  • Ahmet Kara, Hung Ngo, Milos Nikolic, Dan Olteanu and Haozhe Zhang. Counting Triangles under Updates in Amortized Sublinear Time
  • Hernan Sarmiento, Barbara Poblete, Jaime Campos. (Extended Abstract) Domain-Independent Detection of Emergency Situations Based on Social Activity Related to Geolocations.
  • Marco Calautti, Leonid Libkin and Andreas Pieris. An Operational Approach to Consistent Query Answering
  • Iovka Boneva, Jose Martin Lozano Aparicio and Slawomir Staworko. Relational to RDF Data Exchange
  • Carlo Zaniolo, Mohan Yang, Matteo Interlandi, Ariyam Das, Alexander Shkapsky and Tyson Condie. Declarative BigData Algorithms via Aggregates and Relational Database Dependencies
  • Leopoldo Bertossi. Causality in Databases: Answer-Set Programs and Integrity Constraints
  • Pablo Barceló, Gerald Berger, Carsten Lutz and Andreas Pieris. First-Order Rewritability of Frontier-Guarded Ontology-Mediated Queries
  • Martin Ugarte and Stijn Vansummeren. On the difference between Complex Event Processing and Dynamic Query Evaluation
  • Sebastián Ferrada, Benjamin Bustos and Nora Reyes. A Simple, Efficient, Parallelizable Algorithm for Approximated Nearest Neighbors
  • Mikael Monet and Dan Olteanu. Towards Deterministic Decomposable Circuits for Safe Queries
  • Rada Chirkova, Jon Doyle and Juan L. Reutter. The Data Readiness problem for relational databases
  • Diego Calvanese, Marco Montali and Jorge Lobo. Verification of Fixed-Topology Declarative Distributed Systems with External Data
  • Olaf Hartig, Ian Letter and Jorge Pérez. A Model of Distributed Query Computation in Client-Server Scenarios
  • Paolo Guagliardo and Leonid Libkin. How standard is the SQL Standard?
  • Henry Rosales-Méndez, Barbara Poblete and Aidan Hogan. What should Entity Linking link?
  • Silvio Normey Gómez, Lorena Etcheverry, Adriana Marotta and Mariano Consens. Findings from Two Decades of Research on Schema Discovery using a Systematic Literature Review
  • Morteza Zihayat, Aijun An, Lukasz Golab, Mehdi Kargar and Jaroslaw Szlichta. Effective Team Formation in Expert Networks
  • Renzo Angles. The property graph database model
  • Julien Corman, Juan L. Reutter and Ognjen Savkovic. Validating graph data against recursive constraints: a semantics for SHACL
  • Gosta Grahne and Ali Moallemi. Universal (and existential) nulls
  • Levy Souza, Fabricio Murai, Ana Paula C. Da Silva and Mirella M. Moro. Automatic Identification of Best Attributes for Indexing in Data Deduplication
  • Larry González and Aidan Hogan. A Data-Driven Graph Schema
  • Andrea Calí and Igor Razgon. On the Complexity of Query Answering under Access Limitations
  • Etienne Toussaint. On the tractability of certain answers for SQL nulls in relational algebra with inequalities
  • Claudia Mazo, Maria Trujillo, Enrique Alegre and Liliana Salazar. Ontology-based Automatic Reclassication of Tissues and Organs in Histological Images
  • Marcos Zárate, Pablo Rosales, Pablo Fillottrani, Claudio Delrieux and Mirtha Lewis. Oceanographic Data Management: Towards the Publishing of Argentine Oceanographic Campaigns as Linked Data

Monday - May 21

Morning 1 A Tutorial on Information Visualization and Visual Analytics - Denis Parra
Morning Coffe Break
Morning 2 A Tutorial on Information Visualization and Visual Analytics (cont)
Lunch
Afternoon 1 Introduction to Mining Social Media Data - Miriam Fernandez
Afternoon Coffee Break
Afternoon 2 Introduction to Mining Social Media Data (cont)
Evening Student Activity

Tuesday - May 22

Morning 1 Understanding the Bitcoin Protocol - Martin Ugarte
Morning Coffe Break
Morning 2 Understanding the Bitcoin Protocol (cont)
Lunch
Afternoon 1 Introduction to Data Quality - Fei Chiang co-presented with Mostafa Milani
Afternoon Coffe Break
Afternoon 2 Introduction to Data Quality (cont)
Evening Opening Reception

Wednesday - May 23

Morning 1 TBD
Morning Coffee Break
Morning 2 TBD
Lunch
Afternoon 1 TBD
Afternoon Coffee Break
Afternoon 2 TBD
Evening Dinner Reception

Thursday - May 24

Morning 1 TBD
Morning Coffee Break
Morning 2 TBD
Lunch
Afternoon 1 TBD
Afternoon Coffee Break
Afternoon 2 TBD
Evening Social Event

Friday - May 25

Morning 1 TBD
Morning Coffee Break
Morning 2 TBD
Lunch
Afternoon 1 TBD
Afternoon Coffee Break
Afternoon 2 TBD
Evening Delirio: Salsa+Circus+Orquesta (this is an extra activity not included in the registration)
Cali is known as the salsa capital of the world. Delirio: Salsa+Circus+Orquesta is a special event that occurs only on the last friday of the month in Cali. Imagine Cirque du Soleil meets Salsa combined with food, drinks and dancing. You can search on youtube for "Delirio Cali Colombia" and find many videos.
Delirio will take place on Friday May 25. The show starts around 7pm and lasts till 2am. If you are interested in attending or have any questions, please send us an email to amwcalicolombia2018@gmail.com with the subject "AMW2018 Delirio". The tickets are approximately 70 USD and is separate from AMW registration.

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