By Wook-Shin Han, Mong Li Lee, Agus Muliantara, Ngurah Agus Sanjaya, Bernhard Thalheim, Shuigeng Zhou (eds.)
This publication constitutes the workshop lawsuits of the nineteenth overseas convention on Database platforms for complicated functions, DASFAA 2014, held in Bali, Indonesia, in April 2014. the quantity comprises papers from four workshops, every one concentrating on scorching subject matters relating to database structures and functions: the second one foreign Workshop on mammoth info administration and Analytics, BDMA 2014; the 3rd overseas Workshop on facts administration for rising community Infrastructure, DaMEN 2014; the 3rd overseas Workshop on Spatial details Modeling, administration and Mining, SIM³ 2014, and the DASFAA Workshop on doubtful and Crowdsourced info, UnCrowd 2014.
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