CFP for DASFAA2010 Industrial Track:

The industrial track of DASFAA 2010 will be a forum for high quality presentation on innovative products and services for all facets of information technology with emphasis on database systems, information retrieval systems, business intelligence, information integration, multimedia systems, social network systems, and web systems, in addition to the areas listed in "Topics of Interest" below. Submissions that do not relate to enlightening industrial projects or applications, case studies that could inspire new avenues of research and results of recent advances in commercial products, will not be accepted. Acceptance criteria will be innovativeness of software and the potential for impact. Accepted papers will appear in the final proceedings. Please note that for every accepted paper, it is required that at least one of the authors will register to the conference and do presentation.
Submissions from open source communities and academia are also welcome.

Topics of Interest:

  • Data model and query language
  • Query processing and optimization
  • Data structure and index
  • Storage and transaction management
  • Performance evaluation and tuning
  • Data warehouse and OLAP
  • Database system applications
  • Temporal and spatial databases
  • Parallel and distributed databases
  • Mobile databases
  • Data management in P2P and grid
  • Sensor data management
  • Multimedia databases
  • XML and semi-structured data
  • Data streams and time-series data
  • Data mining and knowledge discovery
  • Data quality and credibility
  • Security and privacy
  • User interfaces
  • Data archive and digital library
  • Information recommendation
  • Search technology
  • Web mining
  • Information extraction and summarization
  • Statistical and scientific databases
  • Data management in the Internet and the Web
  • Information integration and meta-data management
  • Text databases and information retrieval

Submission Guidelines

(For each paper, its authors must submit an abstract before paper submission.)
  1. Format: Papers must use the Springer LNCS format. Authors will find various kinds of templates through the Instructions for Submissions.
  2. Length: All papers must be no longer than 10 pages. This page limit includes all parts of the paper: title, authors and affiliation, abstract, body, bibliography, and appendices.
  3. Submission: Papers must be submitted electronically as a single PDF file through the conference submission site.

Important Dates

- Paper must be submitted by:
September 27, 2009 (Extended)
- Notification (acceptance or rejection) by:
November 27, 2009
- Camera-ready must be submitted by:
December 18, 2009

DASFAA 2010 Industrial Co-Chairs:

Hideko S. Kunii (Ricoh IT Solutions Co., Ltd., Japan)
Umesh Dayal (HP Labs., USA)

PC members:

Rafi Ahmed (Oracle, USA)
Yunbo Cao (Microsoft Research Asia, China)
Edward Chang (Google, China and University of California Santa Barbara, USA)
Dimitrios Georgakopoulos (CSIRO, Australia)
Naoko Kosugi (NTT, Japan)
Ravi Krishnamurthy (Microsoft, USA)
Kunio Matsui (Nifty Corporation, Japan)
Mukesh Mohania (IBM Research, India)
Yasushi Ogawa (RICOH, Japan)
Makoto Okamoto (Academic Resource Guide, Japan)
Takahiko Shintani (Hitachi, Ltd., Japan)