Archive for March, 2018

Melanie Herschel and Yannis Velegrakis
Melanie Herschel and Yannis Velegrakis

On Data Exploration in the era of Big Data

Big Data, data exploration, Interview

We are witnessing data of unprecedented volume, variety and velocity. Such data is collected from almost every aspect of human activity and stored in large repositories in order to be later analyzed and turned into useful insights. The storage model is not any more the one in which data is placed in predefined structures with […]

Read more
H. V. Jagadish
H. V. Jagadish

Ultimately, in eliminating deficiencies in writing, they should be reminded to use a selection of simple, compound, and intricate sentences.

Uncategorized

Each person’s handwriting is reflective of her or his personality. Everyone understands that every person has her or his own hand writing. As an issue of fact every type of handwriting can enable a instructor ascertain just how you can teach every single pupil. The toughest element of writing an article needs to be beginning […]

Read more
Multiple Contributors
Multiple Contributors

A Tribute to José Alfredo Blakeley

Uncategorized

José Alfredo Blakeley, Partner Architect at Microsoft, passed away on January 7th, 2018. With this “tribute”, we would like to honor his many contributions to data management. José will be sorely missed as a great scientist, mentor, colleague, and friend. José completed his undergraduate studies at Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico in 1978. He continued his […]

Read more

Categories