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Nowadays, various sensors are collecting, storing, and transmitting tremendous trajectory data, and it is well known that the storage, network bandwidth, and computing resources could be heavily wasted if raw trajectory data is directly adopted. Line simplification algorithms are effective...
The query containment problem is a fundamental algorithmic problem in data management. While this problem is well understood under set semantics, it is by far less understood under bag semantics. In particular, it is a long-standing open question whether or not the conjunctive query containment...
SkinnerDB uses reinforcement learning for reliable join ordering, exploiting an adaptive processing engine with specialized join algorithms and data structures. It maintains no data statistics and uses no cost or cardinality models. Also, it uses no training workloads nor does it try to link the...
Stream data are often dirty, for example, owing to unreliable sensor reading or erroneous extraction of stock prices. Most stream data cleaning approaches employ a smoothing filter, which may seriously alter the data without preserving the original information. We argue that the cleaning should...
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