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AMW 2016
Panama City-Panama
6-10 June, 2016

Keynote by Lise Getoor: Combining Statistics and Semantics

to Turn Data into Knowledge



Elena Botoeva, Diego Calvanese, Benjamin Cogrel, Martin Rezk and Guohui Xiao:
OBDA Over Non-Relational Databases
Benny Kimelfeld, Ester Livshits and Liat Peterfreund:

Recognizing Determinism in Prioritized Repairing of Inconsistent Databases
Simon Razniewski, Ognjen Savkovic and Werner Nutt:

Turning The Partial-closed World Assumption Upside Down
Alexander Keller and Jaroslaw Szlichta:

Ontology Functional Dependencies
Nhung Ngo and Enrico Franconi:

Unique Solutions in Data Exchange under sts Mappings
Adrian Onet:

Inference-based semantics in Data Exchange
Nhung Ngo, Magdalena Ortiz and Mantas Simkus:

Closed Predicates in Description Logics: Results on Combined Complexity

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Axel Polleres, Juan Reutter and Egor Kostylev:
Nested Constructs vs. Sub-Selects in SPARQL
Renzo Angles and Claudio Gutierrez:
Negation in SPARQL

Miguel Ceriani and Alejandro A. Vaisman:
An RDF Vocabulary for Meta-Programming with SPARQL Algebra
Markus Kröll, Reinhard Pichler and Sebastian Skritek:
On the Complexity of Enumerating the Answers to Well-Designed Pattern Trees
Vadim Savenkov, Albin Ahmeti, Javier D. Fernández and Axel Polleres:
Towards Updating Wikipedia via DBpedia Mappings and SPARQL

Keynote by Diego Calvanese: Reasoning over Evolving Graph - Structured

Data Under Constraints



Carlo Zaniolo, Mohan Yang, Ariyam Das and Matteo Interlandi:
The Magic of Pushing Extrema into Recursion: Simple and Powerful Datalog Programs
Marcelo Arenas, Georg Gottlob and Andreas Pieris:

A Datalog-Based Language for Querying RDF Graphs
Leopoldo Bertossi, Andrea Calì and Mostafa Milani Query:

Answering on Expressive Datalog+/- Ontologies
Shqiponja Ahmetaj, Magdalena Ortiz and Mantas Simkus:

Polynomial Datalog Rewritings for Ontology Mediated Queries with Closed Predicates 



Jose Picado, Arash Termehchy and Alan Fern:
Schema Independent Relational Learning
Sebastián Ferrada, Benjamin Bustos and Aidan Hogan:

IMGpedia: Enriching the Web of Data with Image Content Analysis
Domenico Sacca', Edoardo Serra and Antonio Piccolo:

Multi-Sorted Inverse Frequent Itemsets Mining: On-Going Research

Jazmine Maldonado, Jheser Guzman and Barbara Poblete:
Detecting and Measuring the Impact of Earthquakes using Social Sensors​
Priscilla Vieira, Ana Carolina Salgado and Bernadette Farias Lóscio:

A Query-driven and Incremental Process for Entity Resolution

Diego Pessoa, Ana Carolina Salgado and Bernadette Lóscio:
Towards a Multi-Layer Architecture for Combination of Schema Matchers



Filip Murlak and Grzegorz Zieliński:
Vertically acyclic conjunctive queries over trees
Pablo Barceló and Miguel Romero Orth:

Overapproximations of conjunctive queries
Ben Mccamish, Arash Termehchy, Behrouz Touri and Eduardo Cotilla-Sanchez:

A Signaling Game Approach to Databases Querying
Julian Araoz and Cristina Zoltan:

Counting Triangles in Parallel -  An Application of Pipelining
Edelmira Pasarella, Maria-Esther Vidal and Cristina Zoltan:

MapReduce vs. Pipelining Counting Triangles
Carlos Ordonez and Yiqun Zhang:

Time Complexity and Parallel Speedup to Compute the Gamma Summarization Matrix

Keynote by Juliana Freire: Exploring Big Urban Data



André Frochaux and Nicole Schweikardt:
Monadic Datalog Containment on Trees Using the Descendant-Axis
Nofar Carmeli, Batya Kenig and Benny Kimelfeld:

On the Enumeration of Tree Decompositions
Alexandra Martinez, Rodrigo Mora, Daniel Alvarado, Gustavo López and Steve Quirós:

A Comparison between a Relational Database Base and a Graph Database in the context of a Personalized Cancer Treatment Application
Nikolay Yakovets, Parke Godfrey and Jarek Gryz:

Query Planning for Evaluating SPARQL Property Paths
Alexander Campos, Jorge Mozzino and Alejandro A. Vaisman:

Towards Temporal Graph Databases
Wellington Cabrera and Carlos Ordonez:

Unified algorithm to solve several graphs problems with relational queries

Keynote by Raghu Ramakrishnan: Big Data @Microsoft

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