DMSN 2008
5th International Workshop on Data Management for Sensor Networks
To be held in conjunction with VLDB 2008
August 24, 2008, Auckland, NEW ZEALAND
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Workshop Aim

The workshop's scope includes all important aspects of sensor data management, including data acquisition, processing, and storage in remote wireless networks; the handling of uncertain sensor data; and the management of heterogeneous and sometimes sensitive sensor data in databases. The resource-constrained, lossy, noisy, distributed, and remote nature of wireless sensor networks implies that traditional database techniques often cannot be applied without significant retooling. Challenges associated with acquiring, processing, and archiving large-scale, heterogeneous sets of live sensor data also call for novel data management techniques. The inherently incomplete and noisy nature of sensor data further calls for techniques for data cleaning, inference, approximation. Finally, in many applications, the collecting of sensor data raises important privacy and security concerns that require new protection and anonymization techniques.


Important Dates

June 2:
Extended to
June 6

Paper Submission (5:00 pm PST)
July 7:
Notification of acceptance
July 21:
Camera-ready due
August 24:
Workshop

Latest News
Sept 28: Proceedings available in ACM DL and DBLP
Sept 5: Panel slides posted online
July 28: Workshop program posted

 


Workshop Organization

General Chairs    
Magdalena Balazinska University of Washington
Jun Yang Duke University
Program Chairs    
Yanlei Diao University of Massachusetts Amherst
Christian S. Jensen Aalborg University
Steering Committee
Amol Deshpande University of Maryland
Alexandros Labrinidis University of Pittsburgh
Qiong Luo Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Samuel R. Madden Massachusetts Institute of Technology