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All talks are held in 606 Soda Hall from 1:00 to 2:30pm unless otherwise specified. On this site, you will find upcoming talk announcements and abstracts from previous talks in Berkeley's database seminar. You can also receive talk announcements on our mailing list. If you are interested, please see the instructions for adding yourself to the mailing list.

» Fall 2007 Calendar
09/07 On Privacy of Users in Web Search Query Logs More Info
Bo Pang Yahoo! Research
09/14 Towards a Synopsis Warehouse More Info
Peter Haas IBM Almaden
09/21 Putting Context into Schema Matching --- What's up with 'Purple SOX'? More Info
Philip Bohannon Yahoo! Research
09/28 The Development of an Internet Application Platform More Info
Craig Weissman
10/05 PNUTS: A Massively Scalable Data Management Service More Info
Utkarsh Srivastava Yahoo! Research
10/12 Trio: A System for Data, Uncertainty, and Lineage More Info
Martin Theobald Stanford University
10/19 Web Categorization: Applications and Challenges More Info
Srinivasan Seshadri Kosmix
10/26 Experiment-Driven Processing of System-Management Queries More Info
Shivnath Babu Duke University
11/02 Statistical Analysis for Approximate Query Processing More Info
Alin Dobra University of Florida
11/09 Beauty and the Beast: The Theory and Practice of Information Integration More Info
Laura Haas IBM Almaden
11/23 Thanksgiving Holiday
(no seminar)
11/30 Self-Managing DBMS Technology: The AutoAdmin Experience More Info
Surajit Chaudhuri Microsoft Research
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