Social Data Management (M2 Data&Knowledge, U. Paris-Saclay)

Language: English Last version: 2018–2019

Courses start on Monday 19/11/2018 in room E210 of PUIO, Orsay

Course slides :

  • 19/11/2018
  • 26/11/2018
  • 10/12/2018
  • 07/01/2019

Practical labs and project:

  • 03/12/2018
  • 07/12/2018
  • 14/01/2018

References:

  1. A.-L. Barabási. “Network Science.” Cambridge University Press [site]

Web Data Models (M2 Data&Knowledge, U. Paris-Saclay)

Language: English Last version: 2018–2019

Course dates and slides:

Practical labs and project:

References:

  1. Makoto Murata, Dongwon Lee, Murali Mani, and Kohsuke Kawaguchi. 2005. “Taxonomy of XML schema languages using formal language theory”. ACM Trans. Internet Technol. 5, 4, 660-704. [paper]
  2. Georg Gottlob, Christoph Koch, and Reinhard Pichler. 2005. “Efficient algorithms for processing XPath queries”. ACM Trans. Database Syst. 30, 2, 444-491. [paper]
  3. Todd J. Green, Ashish Gupta, Gerome Miklau, Makoto Onizuka, and Dan Suciu. 2004. “Processing XML streams with deterministic automata and stream indexes”. ACM Trans. Database Syst. 29, 4, 752-788. [paper]
  4. Michael Benedikt and Christoph Koch. 2009. “XPath leashed”. ACM Comput. Surv. 41, 1, Article 3, 54 pages. [paper]
  5. Thomas Schwentick. 2004. “XPath query containment”. SIGMOD Rec. 33, 1, 101-109. [paper]
  6. Gerome Miklau and Dan Suciu. 2004. “Containment and equivalence for a fragment of XPath”. J. ACM 51, 1, 2-45. [paper]
  7. Felipe Pezoa, Juan L. Reutter, Fernando Suarez, Martín Ugarte, and Domagoj Vrgoc. 2016. “Foundations of JSON Schema”. ACM WWW. [paper]

Useful reading:

  • C. Maneth’s course “XML and Databases” [page]
  • S. Abiteboul et al. “Web Data Management”. 2011. Cambridge University Press [page]
  • H. Comon et al. “Tree Automata Techniques and Applications”. 2007 [page]
  • W3Schools tutorials [site]

Previous exams: 2015–2016 [pdf], 2017–2018 [pdf]

Architectures for Massive Data Management (M2 Data&Knowledge, U. Paris-Saclay)

Language: English Last version: 2018–2019

Courses:

  • 02/10/2018: JSON Stores [slides]
  • 23/10/2018: Graph Stores [slides]

Practical labs: