【2010-10-01】Continuous Probabilistic Skyline Queries over Uncertain Data Streams

Poster:Post date:2010-09-21

Title: Continuous Probabilistic Skyline Queries over Uncertain Data Streams
Prof. Arbee L.P. Chen, NCCU
Time: 14:20, Oct 01 (Fri), 2010
Place: Room 103, CSIE Building

In this talk, a study of continuously returning probabilistic skylines over uncertain data streams will be presented. The main technique to solving this problem lies on estimating the bounds of the probabilities for early determining which objects can be pruned or returned as the results. Our approach will be addressed and shown to be effective.

Arbee L.P. Chen received a Ph.D. degree in computer engineering from the University of Southern California, USA, in 1984, and is currently Dean of the College of Science and University Chair Professor of Computer Science at National Chengchi University. He also holds a joint professorship at National Tsing Hua University. Dr. Chen was a Member of Technical Staff at Bell Communications Research, New Jersey, from 1987 to 1990; an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Polytechnic University, New York; and a Research Scientist at Unisys, California, from 1985 to 1986. His current research interests include Data Stream Processing and Analysis, data mining, and multimedia databases.


Dr. Chen organized 1995 IEEE Data Engineering Conference and 1999 International Conference on Database Systems for Advanced Applications, both held in Taiwan, and was a program committee co-chair of 2008 IEEE Data Engineering Conference held at Cancun, Mexico. He was invited to deliver a speech on Music Representation, Indexing and Retrieval at the US NSF-sponsored Inaugural International Symposium on Music Information Retrieval at Plymouth, USA, 2000, and was also invited to deliver a speech on Searching Music in a Music Collection in the IEEE Shannon Lecture Series at Stanford University, USA, 2005. He has published more than 200 papers in renowned international journals and conference proceedings, and was a visiting scholar at Kyoto University, Japan, 1999, Stanford University, 2003, 2004, 2005, King’s College London, UK, 2005, Boston University, USA, 2009, and Harvard University, USA, 2010.

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