VLDB is a premier annual international forum for data management and database researchers, vendors, practitioners, application developers, and users. The conference will feature research talks, tutorials, demonstrations, and workshops. It will cover current issues in data management, database and information systems research.
In addition to being accepted or rejected, submissions may also have revisions requested and invited for further review. Regardless of the submission type, all accepted papers are uniformly published in the next available issue of PVLDB and will be offered a presentation slot at the next available VLDB conference.
The VLDB Conferences constitute one of the most eminent venues for the timely dissemination of research and development results in the field of database management. This series is perhaps the most international (in terms of participation, technical content, organization, and location) among all comparable events.
VLDB 2020 invites submissions of original research papers to Volume 13 of the Proceedings of the VLDB Endowment (PVLDB). Papers accepted by June 15, 2020 will form the Research Track of the 2020 VLDB conference, together with any rollover papers from Volume 12. Papers accepted to Volume 13 after June 15, 2020 will be rolled over to the 2021.
All papers accepted for the VLDB 2018 Conference will be published in the Proceedings of the VLDB Endowment (PVLDB) Volume 11. It is the authors' responsibility to ensure that their submissions adhere strictly to the VLDB format detailed above. Please follow the process below to submit the final camera ready copy of your accepted paper.
Database Publication Practices. . Figure 1 Research Papers in VLDB Conferences. . accepted for the journal to be presented at the confer-ences.
In addition to its goal as an outlet for high quality and timely research and development results, the journal has two important commitments: to low cost so that it is widely affordable; to a quick publication of accepted papers, so as to publish the most recent and timely results.
A Decade of Database Research Publications A Look Inside.pdf.. and 4 papers in VLDB Journal).. Further 6 LBR papers were accepted from the main conference. Read more.
Authors of accepted papers will be required to transfer copyright. Papers must be received by March 1, 2011. Decisions on the acceptance of papers will be made by April 7, 2011. Electronic abstract and paper submission through the AAAI-11 Nectar paper submission site is required on or (preferably) before the deadline dates listed above.
Research papers as well as experiments and analysis papers should have between 6 and 15 pages, application papers between 6 and 12 pages and vision papers between 4 and 12 pages. It is expected that at least one author of an accepted paper registers to the workshop and presents the contributions.
Two demos accepted to VLDB 2020: I-Rex (to help learn, debug, and teach SQL queries) and MuSe (rule-based data repair from SIGMOD'20)! Congrats Zhengjie, Tiangang, Alex, Kevin, Amir, and Yihao! We are already using our RATest system ( paper, demo, video ) for Relational Algebra in our database courses at Duke and hope to use I-Rex soon for SQL!
PVLDB 2011, 4(5), 326-337, February 2011. Quality-Biased Ranking of Web Documents. Michael Bendersky, W. Bruce Croft, and Yanlei Diao. WSDM 2011. Selected for oral presentation. 2010. Recognizing Patterns in Streams with Imprecise Timestamps. Haopeng Zhang, Yanlei Diao, and Neil Immerman. VLDB 2010.
Publications 2017. KeystoneML: Optimizing Pipelines for Large-Scale Advanced Analytics.. Journal of Machine Learning Research, 17 (34), Apr. 2016.. Demonstration Paper, VLDB 2011, Aug. 2011. Managing Data Transfers in Computer Clusters with Orchestra.
Papers accepted by June 15, 2020 will form the Research Track of the 2020 VLDB conference, together with any rollover papers from Volume 12. Papers accepted to Volume 13 after June 15, 2020 will be rolled over to the 2021 VLDB conference. The annual VLDB conference is a premier annual international forum for database researchers, vendors.
Proceedings of the VLDB Endowment, vol. 5, pages. 85—96, October 2011. A Comparison of Approaches to Large-Scale Data Analysis Andrew Pavlo, Erik Paulson, Alexander Rasin, Daniel J. Abadi, David J. DeWitt, Samuel Madden, Michael Stonebraker Proceedings of SIGMOD, pages. 165—178, June 2009.Appeared in VLDB 2011. 12. Anthony D. Nguyen, Nadathur Satish, Jatin Chhugani, et al., 3.5-D Blocking Optimization for Stencil Computations on Modern CPUs and GPUs. Appeared in SuperComputing 2010. 13. Stephen J. Guy, Jatin Chhugani, et al., PLEdestrians: A Least-Effort Approach to Crowd Simulation. Appeared in Symposium on Computer Animation.December 12, 2010: camera-ready papers due January 9-12, 2011: conference Overview. The biennial Conference on Innovative Data Systems Research (CIDR) is a systems-oriented conference, complementary in its mission to the mainstream database conferences like SIGMOD and VLDB, emphasizing the systems architecture perspective.