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Travelled to:
1 × Germany
1 × Italy
1 × Switzerland
2 × Cyprus
3 × USA
Collaborated with:
B.J.Oommen S.Micali H.Su C.Chou Z.Li N.N.Schraudolph D.Zhang Y.Zhang S.Anantharaman G.Hains L.Wong L.Zhang
Talks about:
system (4) queri (3) attribut (2) process (2) databas (2) enhanc (2) cardin (2) scale (2) oracl (2) optim (2)

Person: Jing Chen

DBLP DBLP: Chen:Jing

Contributed to:

SAC 20102010
STOC 20092009
ICPR 20082008
ECIR 20072007
ICEIS DISI 20062006
Post-ICEIS 20062006
SEFM 20052005
SIGMOD 19981998

Wrote 8 papers:

SAC-2010-ChenSC #aspect-oriented #evolution #framework #operating system
An aspect-oriented framework for operating system evolution (JC, HMS, CFC), pp. 226–230.
STOC-2009-ChenM #approach #design
A new approach to auctions and resilient mechanism design (JC, SM), pp. 503–512.
ICPR-2008-LiCS #kernel #optimisation #predict #video
An improved mean-shift tracker with kernel prediction and scale optimisation targeting for low-frame-rate video tracking (ZL, JC, NNS), pp. 1–4.
ECIR-2007-ZhangZC #performance #scalability #using
Efficient Construction of FM-index Using Overlapping Block Processing for Large Scale Texts (DZ, YZ, JC), pp. 113–123.
ICEIS-DISI-2006-OommenC #database #on the #optimisation #query
On Utilizing Attribute Cardinality Maps to Enhance Query Optimization in the Oracle Database System (BJO, JC), pp. 23–35.
ICEIS-J-2006-OommenC06a #database #on the #optimisation #query
On Enhancing Query Optimization in the Oracle Database System by Utilizing Attribute Cardinality Maps (BJO, JC), pp. 38–71.
SEFM-2005-AnantharamanCH #calculus #process
A Synchronous Process Calculus for Service Costs (SA, JC, GH), pp. 435–444.
SIGMOD-1998-ChenWZ #query
A Protein Patent Query System Powered By Kleisli (JC, LW, LZ), pp. 593–595.

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