Database research has always also been about systems building and
experimental study. The EDBT 2000 Software Demonstrations track
provides evidence of how exciting systems building can be. Be sure not
to miss the practitioners!
The EDBT 2000 demo track will run all-day in parallel to the core
conference paper sessions. A schedule providing details on when and
where the different demos are on stage will be posted here in time.
A report containing concise surveys of all software demonstrations
will be distributed at the conference.
WEAVE: A Data-Intensive Web Site Management System
Daniela Florescu, Valerie Issarny, Patrick Valduriez,
A data-intensive Web site management system with a
customizable cache architecture which can cache database
data, XML fragments or HTML files.
TIP: A Temporal DataBlade for Informix
Jun Yang, Huacheng C. Ying, Jennifer Widom
TIP is a DataBlade that extends the Informix database system
with a rich set of datatypes and routines to support
temporal modelling and querying.
Exploring Sensor and Simulation Raw Data with RasDaMan
Peter Baumann, Andreas Dehmel, Maximillian Höfner,
The RasDaMan DBMS provides database services on general
multi-dimensional discrete data in a domain-independent
Napthali Rishe, Jun Yuan, Rukshan Athauda, Xialoing Lu,
We have developed a wrapper over relational databases which
provides a semantic database interface, with substantial
reduction in the size of user's SQL queries.
IDEA-DWCASE: Modeling Multidimensional Databases
Adoracion de Miguel, Jose Maria Cavero, Juan Canela,
Adolfo Sanchez de Miguel
IDEA-DWCASE is a client-server tool that supports a Data
Warehouse construction methodology called EINSTEIN and automates
the process of generating multidimensional database schemata.
Mentor-Lite Customizability: Tailoring a Light-Weight
Workflow Management System to Workflow Applications and
Michael Gillmann, Jeanine Weissenfels, German Shegalov,
Wolfgang Wonner, Gerhard Weikum
A distributed workflow management system with highly tailorable
How to Enact Flexible Workflow Management: The Mobile Approach
Christian Hahn, Stefan Horn, Stefan Jablonski,
Jens Neeb, Michael Schlundt
A workflow management system providing flexible and extensible
workflow development and execution techniques.
Phoenix/ODBC: Making Applications Robust
Roger S. Barga, David B. Lomet
Phoenix/ODBC provides persistent database sessions for client
applications, sessions that can survive a server crash without
the client application being aware of the outage.
Q-Script: A Tool to Move Data Between two Relational Databases
Enzo Seraphim, Dinamerico Alonso Gaspar, Caetano Traina Jr.
Tool W-ISQL for systems database managers that makes possibles
The Global-Atlas Search Engine: Semi-Automatic Callibration
of WWW Maps
Stephane Bressan, Beng Chin Ooi, Alexandre Mavraganis,
Fiona Lee Yin Yin
A geographical search engine and administration tools for
semi-automatic map registration.
The AOODB Workbench: An Environment for the Design of
Active Object-Oriented Databases
Werner Obermair, Werner Retschizegger, Alexander
Hirnschall, Gerhard Kramler, Gunnar Mosnik
The AOODB Workbench is an environment that supports the
development of active object-oriented databases from
conceptual design to logical design.
ADEPT_workflow: Advanced Workflow Technology for the
Efficient Support of Adaptive, Enterprise-wide Processes
Clemens Hensinger, Manfred Reichert, Thomas Bauer, Thomas
Strzeletz, Peter Dadam
ADEPT_workflow is an advanced workflow management system which
supports dynamic changes, time management, and distributed
The Valid Web
Fabio Grandi, Federica Mandreoli
A valid-time temporal extension of the World Wide Web
technology, based on an XML/XSL infrastructure, supporting
temporal navigation and querying Web documents containing
Blended Browsing and Querying in a Lazy Mediator System
Kevin D. Munroe, Bertram Ludäscher, Yannis
To facilitate XML query construction and browsing of results by the
non-expert user, the DTD-based graphical user interface BBQ
(Blended Browsing and Querying) has been developed as a frontend
to XML sources.