CSCE6350: Advanced Database Systems, Spring 2014

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This course treats a specific advanced topic of current research interest in the area of spatio-temporal data processing and mining. The main objective of this class is to study research methods and literature in spatial-temporal database systems. Core research skills of literature analysis, innovation, evaluation of new ideas, and communication are emphasized via homework and projects. Most students may like to get a broad overview of the research topics, methodologies, major results, open problems and potential future directions. Major topics include: spatio-temporal algorithms and data structures, spatio-temporal networks, geo-web, and location-based social networks.

The evaluation scheme will be class participation 10%, paper analysis and presentation - 20%, and project - 40%, term paper - 30%. The class information is listed as follows:

Instructor Time Place Office Hours
Yan Huang (huangyan at unt.edu) M 02:30pm-05:20pm B157 F251, M 12:30pm-2:30pm
Sasi Koneru (SasiKoneru@my.unt.edu) M 02:30pm-05:20pm B157 F 208,M 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

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  1. Eunjoon Cho, Seth A. Myers, Jure Leskovec, Friendship and Mobility: User Movement in Location-based Social Networks, In proceedings of 17th ACM SIGKDD International Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining, page 1082-1090, 2011 [Group 1 - Sai, Narendra]
  2. Lars Backstrom , Eric Sun , Cameron Marlow, Find Me If You Can: Improving Geographical Prediction with Social and Spatial Proximity, In proceedings of 19th international conference on World wide web, page 61-70, 2011 [Group 2 - Rajasekhar,Siddhartha,Mukund]
  3. D.-N. Yang, C.-Y. Shen and M.-S. Chen, On Socio-Spatial Group Query for Location-Based Social Networks , In proceedings of the Eighteenth ACM SIGKDD International Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining, page 949-957, 2012 [Group 3 - Gouri Shankar,Anil,Rachana]
  4. Adam Sadilek, Henry A. Kautz, Jeffrey P. Bigham, Finding your friends and following them to where you are. , In proceedings of Fifth International Conference on Web Search and Web Data Mining, page 723-732, 2012 [Group 4 - Zena,Naina,Amey]
  5. Hongzhi Yin, Yizhou Sun, Bin Cui, Zhiting Hu, Ling Chen, LCARS: a location-content-aware recommender system , In proceedings of the Nineteenth ACM SIGKDD International Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining, page 221-229, 2013 [Group 5 - Swetha,Manideep,Santosh]
  6. Huy Pham, Cyrus Shahabi, Yan Liu, EBM: an entropy-based model to infer social strength from spatiotemporal data, In proceedings of SIGMOD Conference, page 265-276, 2013 [Group 6 - Amra,Sruthi,Madhavi]
  7. Daniel B. Neil, Andrew W. Moore, Rapid Detection of Significant Spatial Clusters , In proceedings of the tenth ACM SIGKDD International Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining, page 256-265, 2004 [Group 7 - Junfei,Ramakrishna,Santosh]
  8. Thomas Bernecker, Tobias Emrich, Hans-Peter Kriegel, Matthias Renz, Stefan Zankl, Andreas Zufle, Efficient Probabilistic Reverse Nearest Neighbor Query Processing on Uncertain Data , In proceedings of VLDB Endowment, Volume 5, Number 1, pages 669-680, 2010 [Group 8 - Karthik,Surya B,Manasa]
  9. Liangjie Hong , Amr Ahmed , Siva Gurumurthy , Alex Smola , Kostas Tsioutsiouliklis, Discovering Geographical Topics In The Twitter Stream , In proceedings of 21st international conference on World Wide Web , pages 769-778, 2012 [Group 9 - Vengalrao,Surya,Siva]
  10. Anders Brodersen, Salvatore Scellato, Mirjam Wattenhofer, YouTube around the world: geographic popularity of videos , In proceedings of 21st World Wide Web Conference, pages 241-250, 2012 [Group 10 - Anish,Pratyusha,Akaash]
  11. Moustafa Alzantot, Moustafa Youssef, CrowdInside: Automatic Construction of Indoor Floorplans, In proceedings of 20th ACM SIGSPATIAL International Conference on Advances in Geographic Information Systems, pages 99-108, 2012 [Group 11 - Abhilash,Rohith,Srikanth]
  12. Michael D. Lieberman, Hanan Samet, Adaptive context features for toponym resolution in streaming news, In proceedings of 35th International ACM SIGIR conference on research and development in Information Retrieval, pages 731-740, 2012 [Group 12 - Phuc,Yang ]

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