Crazy Papers in Big Data Engineering Prof. Dr. Jens Dittrich, Joris Nix Seminar, 7 CP, Winter Semester 2019

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Crazy Papers in Big Data Engineering

In this seminar we discusss "crazy" ideas from big data management. By "crazy" we mean that those ideas seemed non-obvious, totally out-of-the-box or even nonsense at the time but actually turned out to be creative, fresh, or even outrageous solutions.

Below you find the list of papers which will be discussed in the seminar.

  1. ARQuery: Hallucinating Analytics over Real-World Data using Augmented Reality [LINK] (Christian Schön)
  2. OligoArchive: Using DNA in the DBMS storage hierarchy [LINK] (Immanuel Haffner)
  3. Survey of Information Encoding Techniques for DNA [LINK] (Felix Martin Schuhknecht)
  4. Self-Driving Database Management Systems [LINK] (Marcel Maltry)
  5. A Database System with Amnesia [LINK] (Felix Martin Schuhknecht)
  6. High Performance Transactions in Deuteronomy [LINK] (Joris Nix)
  7. HyPer: A hybrid OLTP&OLAP main memory database system based on virtual memory snapshots [LINK] (Ankur Sharma)
  8. The Complete Story of Joins (in HyPer) [LINK] (Felix Martin Schuhknecht)
  9. Predictable performance for unpredictable workloads [LINK] (Marcel Maltry)
  10. SharedDB: Killing One Thousand Queries With One Stone [LINK] (Felix Martin Schuhknecht)
  11. QAGen: generating query-aware test databases [LINK] (Marcel Maltry)
  12. The Case for Deep Query Optimisation [LINK] (Christian Schön)


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