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17th ACM SIGPLAN International Symposium on Database Programming Languages (DBPL 2019), June 23, 2019, Phoenix, AZ, USA

DBPL 2019 – Proceedings

Contents - Abstracts - Authors

17th ACM SIGPLAN International Symposium on Database Programming Languages (DBPL 2019)

Frontmatter

Title Page
Message from the Chairs

Invited Talks

Comprehending Ringads (Keynote)
Jeremy Gibbons
(University of Oxford, UK)
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Programming Support for Database Schema Refactoring (Keynote)
Isil Dillig
(University of Texas at Austin, USA)
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Novel Data Applications

Fluid Data Structures
Darshana Balakrishnan, Lukasz Ziarek, and Oliver Kennedy
(SUNY Buffalo, USA)
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Detecting Unsatisfiable CSS Rules in the Presence of DTDs
Nobutaka Suzuki, Takuya Okada, and Yeondae Kwon
(University of Tsukuba, Japan; University of Tokyo, Japan)
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Graphs and Streams

Towards Compiling Graph Queries in Relational Engines
Ruby Y. Tahboub, Xilun Wu, Grégory M. Essertel, and Tiark Rompf
(Purdue University, USA)
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Streaming Saturation for Large RDF Graphs with Dynamic Schema Information
Mohammad Amin Farvardin, Dario Colazzo, Khalid Belhajjame, and Carlo Sartiani
(Université Paris-Dauphine, France; University of Basilicata, Italy)
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Arc: An IR for Batch and Stream Programming
Lars Kroll, Klas Segeljakt, Paris Carbone, Christian Schulte, and Seif Haridi
(KTH, Sweden; RISE SICS, Sweden)
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Semantics and Analysis

On the Semantics of Cypher's Implicit Group-by
Filip Murlak, Jan Posiadała, and Paweł Susicki
(University of Warsaw, Poland; Nodes and Edges, Poland)
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Mixing Set and Bag Semantics
Wilmer Ricciotti and James Cheney
(University of Edinburgh, UK; Alan Turing Institute, UK)
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Language-Integrated Provenance by Trace Analysis
Stefan Fehrenbach and James Cheney
(University of Edinburgh, UK; Alan Turing Institute, UK)
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