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Travelled to:
1 × Austria
4 × USA
Collaborated with:
G.A.Mihaila B.Bhattacharjee K.A.Ross I.Stanoi M.Canim Y.Chang T.Malkemus K.Wong T.Palpanas S.Zeng P.Melville I.M.Boier-Martin C.Murphy L.Hu D.Zhang Z.Zhang S.Hwang K.C.Chang M.Wang
Talks about:
queri (4) databas (3) placement (2) index (2) scan (2) use (2) throughput (1) bufferpool (1) increment (1) distribut (1)

Person: Christian A. Lang

DBLP DBLP: Lang:Christian_A=

Contributed to:

VLDB 20102010
VLDB 20092009
CIKM 20082008
KDD 20082008
VLDB 20082008
VLDB 20072007
CIKM 20062006
SIGMOD 20062006

Wrote 8 papers:

VLDB-2010-CanimMBRL #database
SSD Bufferpool Extensions for Database Systems (MC, GAM, BB, KAR, CAL), pp. 1435–1446.
VLDB-2009-CanimBMLR #using
An Object Placement Advisor for DB2 Using Solid State Storage (MC, BB, GAM, CAL, KAR), pp. 1318–1329.
CIKM-2008-MihailaSL #incremental
Anomaly-free incremental output in stream processing (GAM, IS, CAL), pp. 359–368.
KDD-2008-ZengMLBM #analysis #predict #using
Using predictive analysis to improve invoice-to-cash collection (SZ, PM, CAL, IMBM, CM), pp. 1043–1050.
VLDB-2008-HuRCLZ #database #named #query #visualisation
QueryScope: visualizing queries for repeatable database tuning (LH, KAR, YCC, CAL, DZ), pp. 1488–1491.
VLDB-2007-LangBMW #multi
Increasing Buffer-Locality for Multiple Index Based Scans through Intelligent Placement and Index Scan Speed Control (CAL, BB, TM, KW), pp. 1298–1309.
CIKM-2006-StanoiMPL #distributed #query #throughput
Maximizing the sustained throughput of distributed continuous queries (IS, GAM, TP, CAL), pp. 834–835.
SIGMOD-2006-ZhangHCWLC #database #optimisation #query #ranking
Boolean + ranking: querying a database by k-constrained optimization (ZZ, SwH, KCCC, MW, CAL, YCC), pp. 359–370.

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