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[ANN] Call for Paper / 4th Workshop on XQuery Implementation, Experienceand Perspectives

                          Call for Papers

                            XIME-P 2007

                     4th International Workshop on
          XQuery Implementation, Experience and Perspectives


                           June 15, 2007
                       Beijing International
                       Convention Center (BICC)
                           Beijing, China
                   sponsored by ACM SIGMOD 2007


XIME-P 2007 invites original research contributions as well as reports
of XQuery.  Like the 2004 (Paris), 2005 (Baltimore), and
in cooperation with the ACM SIGMOD/PODS

On January 23rd 2007, the family of XQuery specifications became W3C
now moves toward even more powerful features, such as
XQuery and weigh on its future.

One of the core fascinating aspects of XQuery is that work on the
intersection of databases, document processing, and
promising -- sometimes completely disjoint --
avenues to approach challenges in the XQuery domain.  This diversity
 lead to an interesting technical program for

For 2007, we encourage forward-looking contributions that explore what
applications may include, but are not limited to,
 with XQuery, and support for Workflow
implementation and utilization of
see contributions from

-- XIME-P 2007 Topics of Interest

Topics of interest include the following (though interesting and/or

  - Impact and implementation of static and dynamic typing
  - The role of validation in efficient XQuery processors
  - XQuery implementation paradigms: native, relational, streaming
  - XQuery debugging (esp. declarative debugging techniques)
  - XQuery and computing in the sciences
  - XQuery over very large XML instances
  - XQuery as a programming or scripting language
  - Coherent XQuery subsets and embedded XQuery processors
  - Exploiting XQuery's unordered {} and fn:unordered() in relational
    XQuery processors
  - Teaching XQuery (XQuery in curricula and courses in general)

-- Paper Submission

XIME-P 2007 calls for original contributions relevant to the open list
 and ''early stage'' approaches to the
 workshop series.

   - Papers should be formatted according to the ACM guidelines and
     SIG proceedings templates available at


   - Papers should not exceed 6 pages in length (including references
     and appendices).  The mandatory submission file format is PDF.

   - More details on the submission process will be given on the
     XIME-P 2007 web site
     (http://research.yahoo.com/workshops/ximep-2007/) shortly.

The primary publication medium for XIME-P has been and will be SIGMOD
(e.g., in the ACM Digital Library and Michael Ley's DBLP

-- Important dates:

  Paper submission:             Fri, April 6, 2007
  Notification:                 Fri, May 11, 2007
  Camera ready papers due:      Mon, May 28, 2007
  Workshop:                     Fri, June 15, 2007

-- Workshop Co-Chairs

For any information, please contact one of the workshop chairs:

  Dr. Jayavel Shanmugansundaram         Dr. Jerome Simeon

  Yahoo! Research                       IBM Watson Research
  2821 Mission College Blvd             19 Skyline Drive
  Santa Clara, CA 95054                 Hawthorne, NY 10532
  - USA -                               - USA -

  http://research.yahoo.com/~jaishan    simeon@us.ibm.com

-- Program Committee

  Veronique Benzaken        (LRI, Universite Paris Sud, France)
  Peter Boncz               (CWI, Netherlands)
  Don Chamberlin            (IBM Almaden Research Center, USA)
  Chin-Wan Chung            (KAIST, Korea)
  Leonidas Fegaras          (University of Texas at Arlington, USA)
  Mary Fernandez            (AT&T Research, USA)
  Giorgio Ghelli            (University of Pisa, Italy)
  Sven Helmer               (Birkbeck College, University of London, UK)
  Donald Kossmann           (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
  Muralidhar Krishnaprasad  (Oracle, USA)
  Christoph Koch            (Saarland University, Germany)
  Laks Lakshmanan           (University of British Columbia, Canada)
  Philippe Michiels         (University of Antwerp, Belgium)
  Paul Pedersen             (FLWOR Foundation, USA)
  Michael Rys               (Microsoft, USA)

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