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Evento: '25th Brazilian Symposium on Databases'

Call for Papers
Divulgação de "Call for Papers".
Data: Friday, April 30, 2010 At 08:00
Duração: Todo dia


Promoted by the Brazilian Computer Society (pending approval)
Belo Horizonte - Brazil
05 - 08 October 2010

**Important Dates**
Full paper schedule
Paper Registration: April 30, 2010
Paper Submission: May 07, 2010

Short paper schedule
Paper Registration: June 4, 2010
Paper Submission: June 11, 2010

SBBD is the official database event of the Brazilian Computer Society (SBC). It has been the largest venue in Latin America for presentation and discussion of research results in the database domain. In its 25th edition, the symposium will be held in the city of Belo Horizonte, IN THE state of Minas Gerais, ON October 5-8, 2010. SBBD joins researchers, students and practitioners, from Brazil and abroad, for discussing problems related to the main topics in modern database technologies. Traditionally, SBBD has gathered nearly 500 attendees. Past editions of SBBD have been organized in cooperation with ACM/SIGMOD and partially sponsored by the VLDB Endownment. Besides the technical sessions, the symposium also includes invited talks and tutorials given by distinguished speakers from the international research community. Additionally, SBBD comprises a Thesis Workshop, a Demos Session, a Poster Session and several workshops co-organized with OTHER CO-LOCATED events. THIS YEAR THE CO-LOCATED EVENTS WILL BE WebMedia, SBSC, and IHC.

Symposium Venue
Belo Horizonte ("beautiful horizon") is the capital of the state of Minas Gerais, and the third largest city in Brazil. Located in the Southeastern region, strategically positioned within Brazil and the Americas, the city is surrounded by the Serra do Curral Mountains, which serve as a natural backdrop, as well as a historical reference. In addition to its natural advantages, and the ease of access by air and by land, the capital of Minas Gerais stands out for its architectural treasures, its strong vocation for commerce and services, and its rich artistic and cultural offerings. Belo Horizonte has a population of almost 2.4 million and over 5.3 million in its official metropolitan region.

Topics of Interest
SBBD 2010 will be organized into four separated tracks. The topics of interest for each track are listed below, but the submissions are not strictly limited to THEM.

Core Database Foundations and Technology
- Active Databases
- Access methods and indexing
- Authorization, Privacy and Security
- Concurrency Control and Recovery
- Database Design
- Mobile Data
- Multidimensional and Temporal Databases
- Multimedia Databases
- Peer to peer, Parallel and Distributed Databases
- Performance and Benchmarking
- Query Languages and User Interfaces
- Query Processing and Optimization
- Scientific and Statistical Databases
- Semi-structured Databases and XML
- Self-managed and Autonomic Databases
- Spatial Databases and Geographical Information Systems
- Stream-based processing and Sensor Databases
- Workflow applications and databases
- Applications and experiences using database technology

Knowledge Modeling and Management
- Knowledge bases
- Information Integration and Interoperability
- Data semantics
- Knowledge modeling
- Ontologies
- Object orientation and databases
- Data management platforms and mediators
- Business processes

Management of Data and Information
- Semi-structured data and XML
- Textual data
- Web data
- Digital libraries
- Collecting, extracting, and indexing
- Information retrieval models and techniques
- Data services for the Web
- Applications in digital libraries and document management, among others

Knowledge Discovery in Databases
- Foundations of data mining
- Algorithms and techniques FOR data mining
- Parallel and distributed algorithms for data mining
- Complexity, efficiency and scalability of data mining algorithms
- Pre and post processing of data and mined patterns
- Privacy and security in data mining algorithms
- Applications of data mining
- Data warehousing
- Data visualization

SUBMITTED papers will be judged by their appropriateness for the track in which they are being evaluated. Thus, appropriate placement of papers is important. The program committee chair may contact the authors and suggest to move their paper to ANother track in order to ensure a fairer evaluation.

Submission types
SBBD 2010 will accept two types of submission: full and short papers.

Full papers
Full papers will be presented in the oral sessions of SBBD 2010 technical program. The papers should present interesting recent results or novel thought-provoking ideas in all areas of databases and its applications. Full papers submitted to all tracks must be written in English and must not exceed 16 pages.

One major modification in the SBBD 2010 submission process is
(http://homepages.dcc.ufmg.br/~mirella/jidm/), as detailed next. ALL ACCEPTED Full papers will be published in the October 2010 issue of JIDM and the SBBD review process will be integrated with that journal review procedure, as follows. Papers will be registered and submitted as usual, before April 30, 2010 and May 7, 2010, respectively. The submissions will then go through a first round of revisions and the authors will receive their reviews by June 11, 2010. These reviews may request the submission to be revised and the revised version must be submitted by July 9, 2010 for another review round. The reviews and acceptances for the revised version will be sent TO AUTHORS by August 13, 2010.

Papers that are accepted by August 13, 2010 will be published in the October 2010 JIDM edition and presented at SBBD 2010. Papers that are accepted after that date should be published in the February 2011 JIDM edition and presented at SBBD 2011.

Short papers
Short papers will be presented as posters in an interactive setting and should present interesting and exciting recent results or novel thought-provoking ideas that are not quite ready. Short papers submitted to all tracks can be written in Portuguese or English and must not exceed 8 pages.

Short papers will be published electronically AND INDEXED BY BDBComp.

Manuscript Preparation and Formatting Guidelines
Papers submitted to SBBD must not have been simultaneously submitted to any other forum (conference or journal), nor should they have already been published elsewhere. The acceptance of a paper implies that at least one of its authors will register for the symposium to present it. Submitted papers will be reviewed based on originality, relevance, technical soundness and clarity of presentation.

FULL papers must be composed using the JIDM template:

Short papers must be composed using the USUAL SBC template:

Papers exceeding the page limit of the submission type will be automatically rejected without being reviewed by the Program Committee.

In addition, all papers must be submitted in PDF format. Formats other than PDF will NOT be accepted. However, exceptionally and upon request, generic postscript might be accepted.

Submission Guidelines
Before submitting a paper authors must register its title, list of authors, track and abstract through the submission Web page at https://submissoes.sbc.org.br/. Papers must be submitted by the submission type deadline using the same submission site.

Authors should choose for one track at the registration phase. The chosen track will be the track to which the full version should be submitted.

For further inquires, please contact the Program Committee Chair at the email: sbbd2010@gmail.com

Best Paper Award
Since 1998, SBBD sponsors the Jose Mauro de Castilho (JMC) Award for the Symposium's best paper. FULL papers submitted to all tracks can be considered. If the final program allows, the best paper will be presented during an official cerimony.


Full papers
Paper Registration: April 30, 2010
Paper Submission: May 07, 2010
Authors Notification: June 11, 2010
Revised Version Submission: July 9, 2010
Final Acceptance Notification: August 13, 2010
Camera Ready due: August 30, 2010

Short papers
Paper Registration: June 4, 2010
Paper Submission: June 11, 2010
Authors Notification: August 6, 2010
Camera Ready due: August 30, 2010

Steering Committee
Alberto Laender, UFMG, Brazil
Altigran Soares da Silva, UFAM, Brazil
Angelo Brayner, UNIFOR, Brazil (Chair)
José Palazzo Moreira de Oliveira, UFRGS, Brazil
Marta Mattoso, UFRJ, Brazil
Sandra de Amo, UFU, Brazil
Wagner Meira Jr., UFMG, Brazil

Symposium Chairs
General Chair: Angelo Brayner, UNIFOR, Brazil
Local Chair: Mirella Moro, UFMG, Brazil
Program Chair: Wagner Meira Jr., UFMG, Brazil
Applications Chair: Sergio Lifschitz, PUC-Rio, Brazil
Demos and Posters Committee: Ronaldo Mello, UFSC and Viviane Orengo, UFRGS, Brazil
Thesis Workshop Chair: Carmen Hara, UFPR, Brazil
Tutorials Chair: José Palazzo Moreira de Oliveira, UFRGS, Brazil

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