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Abstracts due:
» April 9, 2006
   (9 PM PST)

Submissions due:
» April 14, 2006
   (9 PM PST)

» May 26, 2006
   (9 PM PST)

Camera-ready due:
» June 7, 2006
   (9 PM PST)

» June 30, 2006

    Accepted Papers

The list of accepted papers for WebDB 2006 is shown below (in no particular order).

Replication-Aware Query Processing in Large-Scale Distributed Information Systems
Jie Xu (University of Pittsburgh), Alexandros Labrinidis (University of Pittsburgh)
Automatic Tuning of File Descriptors in P2P File-Sharing Systems
Dongmei Jia (Illinois Institute of Technology), Wai Gen Yee (Illinois Institute of Technology), Ophir Frieder (Illinois Institute of Technology)
Structural text search and comparison using automatically extracted schema
Michael Gubanov (University of Washington), Philip A. Bernstein (Microsoft Research)
Twig Patterns: From XML Trees to Graphs
Benny Kimelfeld (Hebrew University), Yehoshua Sagiv (Hebrew University)
KISS: A Simple Prefix Search Scheme in P2P Networks
Yuh-Jzer Joung (National Taiwan University), Li-Wei Yang (National Taiwan University)
Vision-based Web Data Records Extraction
Liu Wei (Renmin University of China), Meng Xiaofeng (School of Information, Renmin University of China), Meng Weiyi (Department of Computer Science, Renmin University of China)
The Meaning of Erasing in RDF under the Katsuno-Mendelzon Approach
Claudio Gutierrez (Universidad de Chile), Carlos Hurtado (Universidad de Chile), Alejandro Vaisman (Universidad de Chile)
Global Document Frequency Estimation in Peer-to-Peer Web Search
Matthias Bender (Max-Planck-Institut fuer Informatik), Sebastian Michel (Max-Planck-Institut fuer Informatik), Peter Triantafillou (University of Patras), Gerhard Weikum (Max-Planck-Institut fuer Informatik)
Answering Structured Queries on Unstructured Data
Jing Liu (University of Washington), Xin (Luna) Dong (University of Washington), Alon Halevy (Google Inc.)
Exploiting Community Behavior for Enhanced Link Analysis and Web Search
Julia Luxenburger, Gerhard Weikum (Max-Planck-Institut fuer Informatik)
Amoeba Join: Overcoming Structural Fluctuations in XML Data
Taro Saito (University of Tokyo), Shinichi Morishita (University of Tokyo)

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