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Publications

2012

Katrin Eisenreich, Jochen Adamek, Philipp Rösch, Volker Markl, Gregor Hackenbroich (2012). Correlation Support for Risk Evaluation in Databases.. International Conference on Data Engineering (ICDE).

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Enno Folkerts, Alexander Alexandrov, Kai Sachs, Alexandru Iosup, Volker Markl, Cafer Tosun (2012). Benchmarking in the Cloud: What It Should, Can, and Cannot Be. Selected Topics in Performance Evaluation and Benchmarking, Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS), TPCTC 2012, 173-188.

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Max Heimel, Volker Markl (2012). A First Step Towards GPU-assisted Query Optimization. ADMS@VLDB, 33-44.

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Alan Akbik, Larysa Visengeriyeva, Priska Herger, Holmer Hemsen, Alexander Löser (2012). Unsupervised Discovery of Relations and Discriminative Extraction Patterns.. Proceedings of COLING 2012., 17-32.


2013

Schelter, Sebastian and Ewen, Stephan and Tzoumas, Kostas and Markl, Volker (2013). “All Roads Lead to Rome:” Optimistic Recovery for Distributed Iterative Data Processing. Proceedings of the ACM conference on Information and Knowledge Management} year={2013

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Schelter, Sebastian and Boden, Christoph and Schenck, Martin and Alexandrov, Alexander and Markl, Volker (2013). Distributed matrix factorization with MapReduce using a series of broadcast-joins. Proceedings of the 7th ACM conference on Recommender systems, 281–284.

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Max Heimel and Michael Saecker and Holger Pirk and Stefan Manegold and Volker Markl (2013). Hardware-Oblivious Parallelism for In-Memory Column-Stores. PVLDB, 709-720.


Marcus Leich and Jochen Adamek and Moritz Schubotz and Arvid Heise and Astrid Rheinländer and Volker Markl (2013). Applying Stratosphere for Big Data Analytics. BTW, 507-510.



Sebastian Schelter and Stephan Ewen and Kostas Tzoumas and Volker Markl (2013). "All roads lead to Rome": optimistic recovery for distributed iterative data processing. CIKM, 1919-1928.


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