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ICDT 2017 – 1st Round Accepted Papers

08.25.2016, Conferences, by .

The series of ICDT conferences (https://databasetheory.org/icdt-pages) provides an international forum for the communication of research advances on the theoretical foundations of database systems.

The 20th edition of ICDT will take place in Venice, Italy between the 21st and the 24th of March 2017 (http://edbticdt2017.unive.it).
ICDT has now two submission cycles with the next one closing on Sep. 11th, 2016 (abstract) and Sep. 18th, 2016 (full papers).

The first round of reviews has now been completed and the list of accepted research papers is:

Pablo Barcelò and Miguel Romero.
The Complexity of Reverse Engineering Problems for Conjunctive Queries.
https://files.databasetheory.org/conferences/icdt/2017/p01-barcelo.pdf

Shaleen Deep and Paraschos Koutris.
The Design of Arbitrage-Free Data Pricing Schemes.
https://files.databasetheory.org/conferences/icdt/2017/p02-deep.pdf

Dominik D. Freydenberger.
A Logic for Document Spanners.
https://files.databasetheory.org/conferences/icdt/2017/p03-freydenberger.pdf

Tomasz Gogacz and Szymon Toruńczyk.
Entropy bounds for conjunctive queries with functional dependencies.
https://files.databasetheory.org/conferences/icdt/2017/p04-gogacz.pdf

Benny Kimelfeld, Ester Livshits, and Liat Peterfreund
Detecting Ambiguity in Prioritized Database Repairing.
https://files.databasetheory.org/conferences/icdt/2017/p05-kimelfeld.pdf

These are very good papers!

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