Database Systems for Advanced Applications: 15th by Sherif Sakr, Wei Wang (auth.), Masatoshi Yoshikawa, Xiaofeng

By Sherif Sakr, Wei Wang (auth.), Masatoshi Yoshikawa, Xiaofeng Meng, Takayuki Yumoto, Qiang Ma, Lifeng Sun, Chiemi Watanabe (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the workshop court cases of the fifteenth foreign convention on Database structures for complicated purposes, DASFAA 2010, held in Tsukuba, Japan, in April 2010. the quantity includes six workshops, each one concentrating on particular study matters that give a contribution to the most topics of the DASFAA convention: the 1st foreign Workshop on Graph information administration: thoughts and purposes (GDM 2010), the second one overseas Workshop on Benchmarking of Database administration platforms and Data-Oriented internet applied sciences (BenchmarkX'10); The 3rd overseas Workshop on handling info caliber in Collaborative details structures (MCIS2010), The Workshop on Social Networks and Social Media Mining on the internet (SNSMW2010), the information extensive eScience Workshop (DIEW 2010), and the second one foreign Workshop on Ubiquitous info administration (UDM2010).

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Of FOCS 2005 (2005) ¨ 28. : Distancejoin: Pattern match query in a large graph database. jp Abstract. Temporal characteristics of the web have been analyzed widely in recent years, but graph patterns have served important roles for analyzing the web’s structural characteristics. Although temporal characteristics of the web have not been estimated in previous patterns, we specifically examine a novel kind of pattern, time graph patterns, estimating time-series data including the creation times of pages and links.

Therefore, finding a new and useful graph pattern, even a single pattern, is expected to constitute a valuable research endeavor. The graph patterns described above are based on the structural topology of a web graph: they estimate only a link structure, not temporal characteristics including the creation and deletion time of pages. Most previous studies dealing with graph patterns on a web graph predict useful patterns, such as a complete bipartite subgraph for trawling, by investigating the graph manually; then those studies find subgraphs matching the pattern.

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