Technical Program DaWaK 2001


Wednesday, September 5, 2001


9.00 – 10.00             Invited Talk


Knowledge Management in Heterogeneous Data Warehouse Environments

Larry Kerschberg, George Mason University, USA


            10.00 – 10.30 Coffee Break


Session 1:                Association Rules (1)

10.30 – 12.30


Mining Generalized Association Rules with Multiple Minimum Supports

Tseng M.-C., Lin W.-Y.; Taiwan


A Theoretical Framework for Association Mining based on the Boolean Retrieval Model

Bollmann-Sdorra P., Hafez A.M., Raghavan V.V.; Germany, USA


Mining Inter-Transactional Association Rules: Generalization and Empirical Evaluation

Feng L., Li Q., Wong A.; The Netherlands, China


Equivalence of Top-down and Bottom-up Data Mining in Relational Databases

Jamil H.M.; USA


            12.30 – 14.00 Lunch


Session 2:                Association Rules (2)

14.00 – 15.30


Monitoring Change in Mining Results

Baron S., Spiliopoulou M.; Germany


Discovering Knowledge from Meteorological Databases: A meteorological aviation forecast study

Viademonte S., Burstein F., Dahni R., Williams S.; Australia


Enhancing the Apriori algorithm for Frequent Set Counting

Orlando S., Palmerini P., Perego R.; Italy


            15.30 – 16.00 Coffee Break


Session 3:                Mining Temporal Patterns

16.00 – 17.00


Mining Cyclically Repeated Patterns

Toroslu I.H., Kantarcioglu M.; USA


Development of Automated Data Mining System for Quality Control in Manufacturing

Maki H., Teranishi Y.; Japan



18.00       Mayor’s Reception in the Old Townhall of Munich



Thursday, September 6, 2001


Session 4:                Data Mining Techniques

9.00 – 10.30


FastFDs: A Heuristic-Driven, Depth-First Algorithm for Mining Functional Dependencies from Relation Instancies

Wyss C., Gianella C., Robertson E.; USA


Ensemble Feature Selection based on the Contextual Merit

Puuronen S., Skrypnyk I., Tsymbal A.; Finland


Interactive Clustering for Transaction Data

Xiao Y., Dunham M.H.; USA


            10.30 – 11.00 Coffee Break


Session 5:                Collaborative Filtering and Web Mining

11.00 – 12.30


A new Approach for Item Choice Recommendations

Hong S.J., Natarajan R., Belitskaya I.; USA


RecTree: An Efficient Collaborative Filtering Method

Chee S.H.S., Han J., Wang K.; Canada


Discovering Web Document Associations for Web Site Summarization

Candan K.S., Li W.-S.; USA


            12.30 – 14.00 Lunch


Session 6:                Visualization and Matchmaking

14.00 – 15.30


Data Visualization and Analysis with Self-Organizing Maps in Learning Metrics

Kaski S., Sinkkonen J., Peltonen J.; Finland


Towards a Novel OLAP Interface for Distributed Data Warehouses

Ammoura A., Zaiane O., Goebel R.; Canada


Matchmaking for structured objects

Eiter T., Veit D., Mόller J., Schneider M.; Austria


            15.30 – 16.00 Coffee Break


Session 7:                Development of Data Warehouses

16.00 – 17.30


Prototyping Data Warehouse Systems

Huynh T.N., Schiefer J.; Austria


Information warehouse for medical research

Miquel M., Tchounikine A., Flory A.; France


Risk-Management for Data Warehouse Systems

Bruckner R., List B., Schiefer J.; Austria

Friday, September 7, 2001


Session 8:                Maintenance of Data Warehouses

9.00 – 10.30


PVM: Parallel View Maintenance Under Concurrent Data Updates of Distributed Sources

Zhang X., Rundensteiner E.A., Ding L.; USA


An Experimental Performance Evaluation of Incremental Materialized View Maintenance in Object Databases

Ali M.A., Paton N.W., Fernandes A.A.A.; UK


Managing Time Consistency for Active Data Warehouse Environments

Bruckner R.M., Tjoa A M.; Austria


            10.30 – 11.00 Coffee Break


Session 9:                OLAP (1)

11.00 – 12.30


Optimization algorithms for simultaneous multidimensional queries in OLAP environments

Kalnis P., Papadias D.; China


Improving the Performance of Data Cube Queries Using Families of Statistics Trees

Hammer J., Fu L.; USA


Changes of Dimension Data Temporal Data Warehouses

Eder J., Koncilia C.; Austria


            12.30 – 14.00 Lunch


Session 10:              OLAP (2)

14.00 – 15.30


Determining the Convex Hull in Large Multidimensional Databases

Bφhm C., Kriegel H.-P.; Germany


Shared Index Scans For Data Warehouses

Kotidis Y., Sismanis Y., Roussopoulos N.; USA


Adaptable Similarity Search Using Vector Quantization

Bφhm C., Kriegel H.-P., Seidl T.; Germany


            15.30 – 16.00 Coffee Break


Session 11:              Distributed Data Warehouses

16.00 – 17.30


A Framework for Supporting Interoperability of Data Warehouse Islands using XML

Mangisengi O, Huber J., Hawel C., Essmayr W.; Austria


Fragtique: Applying an OO Database Distribution Strategy to Data Warehouse

Savonnet M., Terrasse M.-N.; France


Approximate Query Answering Using Data Warehouse Striping

Bernardino J., Furtado P., Madeira H.; Portugal