Web-age information management : 11th international conference, WAIM 2010, Jiuzhaigou, China, July 15-17, 2010 : proceedings / WAIM 2010 Lei Chen [and others] (eds.). - Berlin ; New York : Springer-Verlag, ©2010. - 1 online resource (xix, 785 pages) : illustrations - Lecture notes in computer science, 6184 0302-9743 ; LNCS sublibrary. SL 3, Information systems and application, incl. Internet/Web and HCI Serienbezeichnung . - Lecture notes in computer science ; 6184. LNCS sublibrary. SL 3, Information systems and applications, incl. Internet/Web, and HCI. .

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Analyzing Data Quality Using Data Auditor -- Analyzing Data Quality Using Data Auditor -- Rebuilding the World from Views -- Approximate Query Processing in Sensor Networks -- Web Data I -- Duplicate Identification in Deep Web Data Integration -- Learning to Detect Web Spam by Genetic Programming -- Semantic Annotation of Web Objects Using Constrained Conditional Random Fields -- Time Graph Pattern Mining for Web Analysis and Information Retrieval -- Networked Data -- FISH: A Novel Peer-to-Peer Overlay Network Based on Hyper-deBruijn -- Continuous Summarization of Co-evolving Data in Large Water Distribution Network -- Proactive Replication and Search for Rare Objects in Unstructured Peer-to-Peer Networks -- SWORDS: Improving Sensor Networks Immunity under Worm Attacks -- Efficient Multiple Objects-Oriented Event Detection Over RFID Data Streams -- Social Networks -- CW2I: Community Data Indexing for Complex Query Processing -- Clustering Coefficient Queries on Massive Dynamic Social Networks -- Predicting Best Answerers for New Questions in Community Question Answering -- Semantic Grounding of Hybridization for Tag Recommendation -- Rich Ontology Extraction and Wikipedia Expansion Using Language Resources -- Cloud Computing -- Fine-Grained Cloud DB Damage Examination Based on Bloom Filters -- XML Structural Similarity Search Using MapReduce -- Comparing Hadoop and Fat-Btree Based Access Method for Small File I/O Applications -- Data Mining I -- Mining Contrast Inequalities in Numeric Dataset -- Users' Book-Loan Behaviors Analysis and Knowledge Dependency Mining -- An Extended Predictive Model Markup Language for Data Mining -- A Cross-Media Method of Stakeholder Extraction for News Contents Analysis -- Stream Processing -- An Efficient Approach for Mining Segment-Wise Intervention Rules in Time-Series Streams -- Automated Recognition of Sequential Patterns in Captured Motion Streams -- Online Pattern Aggregation over RFID Data Streams -- Cleaning Uncertain Streams by Parallelized Probabilistic Graphical Models -- Graph Processing -- Taming Computational Complexity: Efficient and Parallel SimRank Optimizations on Undirected Graphs -- DSI: A Method for Indexing Large Graphs Using Distance Set -- K-Radius Subgraph Comparison for RDF Data Cleansing -- Query Processing -- A Novel Framework for Processing Continuous Queries on Moving Objects -- Group Visible Nearest Neighbor Queries in Spatial Databases -- iPoc: A Polar Coordinate Based Indexing Method for Nearest Neighbor Search in High Dimensional Space -- Join Directly on Heavy-Weight Compressed Data in Column-Oriented Database -- Potpourri -- Exploiting Service Context for Web Service Search Engine -- Building Business Intelligence Applications Having Prescriptive and Predictive Capabilities -- FileSearchCube: A File Grouping Tool Combining Multiple Types of Interfile-Relationships -- Trustworthy Information: Concepts and Mechanisms -- Web Data II -- How to Design Kansei Retrieval Systems? -- Detecting Hot Events from Web Search Logs -- Evaluating Truthfulness of Modifiers Attached to Web Entity Names -- Searching the Web for Alternative Answers to Questions on WebQA Sites -- Domain-Independent Classification for Deep Web Interfaces -- Data Mining II -- Data Selection for Exact Value Acquisition to Improve Uncertain Clustering -- Exploring the Sentiment Strength of User Reviews -- Semantic Entity Detection by Integrating CRF and SVM -- An Incremental Method for Causal Network Construction -- DCUBE: CUBE on Dirty Databases -- XML and Images -- An Algorithm for Incremental Maintenance of Materialized XPath View -- Query Processing in INM Database System -- Fragile Watermarking for Color Image Recovery Based on Color Filter Array Interpolation -- A Hybrid-Feature-Based Efficient Retrieval over Chinese Calligraphic Manuscript Image Repository -- Efficient Filtering of XML Documents with XPath Expressions Containing Ancestor Axis -- New Hardware -- ACAR: An Adaptive Cost Aware Cache Replacement Approach for Flash Memory -- GPU-Accelerated Predicate Evaluation on Column Store -- MOSS-DB: A Hardware-Aware OLAP Database -- Similarity Search -- Efficient Duplicate Record Detection Based on Similarity Estimation -- A Novel Composite Kernel for Finding Similar Questions in CQA Services -- Efficient Similarity Query in RFID Trajectory Databases -- Information Extraction -- Context-Aware Basic Level Concepts Detection in Folksonomies -- Extracting 5W1H Event Semantic Elements from Chinese Online News -- Automatic Domain Terminology Extraction Using Graph Mutual Reinforcement -- Knowledge Discovery -- Semi-supervised Learning from Only Positive and Unlabeled Data Using Entropy -- Margin Based Sample Weighting for Stable Feature Selection -- Associative Classifier for Uncertain Data -- Information Integration -- Automatic Multi-schema Integration Based on User Preference -- EIF: A Framework of Effective Entity Identification -- A Multilevel and Domain-Independent Duplicate Detection Model for Scientific Database -- Extending Databases -- Generalized UDF for Analytics Inside Database Engine -- Efficient Continuous Top-k Keyword Search in Relational Databases -- V Locking Protocol for Materialized Aggregate Join Views on B-Tree Indices -- Web Information Credibility.

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