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11th IEEE International Conference
11th IEEE International Conference
Beyond Databases, Architectures
and Structures BDAS’2015
Beyond Databases, Architectures
and Structures BDAS’2015
Ustroń, 26.05-29.05.2015
Ustroń, 26.05-29.05.2015
Important Dates
If you have questions or concerns, please contact the
conference secretariat at:
Papers Submission
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BDAS Conference
Programme Committee Chair
Prof. Stanisław Kozielski, Silesian University of
Technology, Gliwice, Poland, IEEE member
[email protected]
Correspondence address:
BDAS Conference
Institute of Informatics
Silesian University of Technology
Akademicka 16
44-100 Gliwice, Poland
Institute of Informatics
Silesian University of Technology
Akademicka 16,
44-100 Gliwice, Poland
cordially invites to the
11th IEEE International Conference
Beyond Databases,
Architectures and Structures
Organizing Committee
Bożena Małysiak-Mrozek, PhD, IEEE member
Paweł Kasprowski, PhD, IEEE member
Dariusz Mrozek, PhD, IEEE member
26 MAY – 29 MAY 2015
Ustroń, Poland
Daniel Kostrzewa, MSc
Piotr Kuźniacki, MSc
BDAS email: [email protected]
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BDAS conference will take place in the Muflon hotel in
Ustron (the Beskids, south Poland)
11th IEEE International Conference
Beyond Databases, Architectures
and Structures BDAS’2015
Ustroń, 26.05-29.05.2015
We would like to invite you to take part in the
11th International Conference Beyond Databases, Architectures and Structures BDAS’2015
that will be held on 26.05-29.05.2015 in Ustron,
Poland. Beyond Databases, Architectures and
Structures (BDAS) is a series of conferences
that intends to give the state-of-the-art of the
research that satisfies the needs of modern,
widely understood database systems, architectures, models, structures, and algorithms focused on processing various types of data. The aim
of the conference is to reflect the most recent
developments of databases and allied techniques
used for solving problems in a variety of areas
related to database systems, or even go one
step forward - beyond the horizon of existing
databases, architectures and data structures.
In particular, we expect to focus the Conference scope on the issues divided into thematic
groups presented on the next page.
Topics of interest
Paper submission and Proceedings
include but are not limited to:
Database architectures
Big data
Relational databases
Data warehouses and OLAP
Stream databases
Multidimensional databases
Distributed databases
Fuzzy databases
Object-oriented databases
Catalog databases
Temporal and spatial databases
Mobile databases
XML and semi-structured data
Designing, formal models and database usage
Query languages and optimization
Metadata management
Data management in cloud computing
UML in designing databases
Performance of data processing
Protocols, security and control of data integrity
Algorithms, data exploration and knowledge bases
Knowledge bases
Expert systems and artificial intelligence
Data mining and knowledge discovery
Data extraction and data integration
Image and music processing
Fuzzy sets and rough sets
Multi-agent systems
Social networks
Database systems and applications
Databases in the Web
Databases in management and production
Business Intelligence
Databases in bioinformatics and biomedicine
Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
New applications, systems and usage areas
Authors are kindly encouraged to submit their papers (no longer than 10 pages) in LNCS/CCIS style via
conference submission system. Only PDF files are required during the initial submission. For final versions LaTex
sources will be required. Submitted papers should contain the high quality, original work. They should not be
published elsewhere and should not be under the revision
of any other conference or journal during the review
time. The papers will be reviewed by international experts. Accepted papers will be included in the conference proceedings, published by Springer-Verlag in CCIS
series (Communications in Computer and Information
Science). All accepted CCIS papers must be presented
by one of the authors who must register for the
All papers accepted to the BDAS Conference are
published. BDAS articles were always assembled in conference proceedings published by leading publishing houses.
Springer-Verlag is a world-wide publisher of conference
proceedings. All accepted CCIS papers will be abstracted
(indexed) by DBLP, EI, Scopus and will be submitted for
the inclusion in ISI Proceedings and Inspec. These papers
should be available in the Web of Knowledge (Web of
Science) database. However, the availability is with one
year delay and is up to decision of service owner.
To guarantee publishing an article in the conference
proceedings the authors should improve the manuscript
according to the suggestions of reviewers and pay the
conference fee. For each article it will be also required to
sign and send a copyright form. This form will be provided
by conference organizers.
Authors of accepted papers will have the opportunity
to present their work during the Conference. Presentations will be possible during plenary sessions (multimedia,
oral presentation) or poster session. Authors can suggest
their preferred form of presentation during paper
submission, but the final decision is made by Program
We cordially invite you to take part in the BDAS!