The VLDB Journal (2004) 13: 205–206 / Digital Object Identiﬁer (DOI) 10.1007/s00778-004-0129-1 Guest editorial Johann-Christoph Freytag, Serge Abiteboul, Mike Carey Published online: August 12, 2004 – c Springer-Verlag 2004 In recent years it has become a tradition to dedicate one of the limited time and memory resources and no human interven- issues of the VLDB Journal to selected papers of the Interna- tion, periodic patterns and even to perform some forecasting. tional Conference on Very Large Databases. This issue of the The frustration of Web users presented with stale or miss- journal follows the 29th VLDB conference that was held in ing data has generated a lot of activity around dynamic Web Berlin, Germany, 9–12 September 2003. The conference fol- caching. The main issue gives rise to yet another episode of lowed the vision of the VLDB Endowment to further broaden the old database story of conﬂicting requirements between the scope of the journal by introducing three tracks of equal queries and updates. A key idea is to cache dynamically gen- importance: core database technology, infrastructure for infor- erated Web pages in the style of view materialization. The mation systems, and industrial applications and experience. paper by Labinidis and
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