The VLDB Journal (2005) 14(4): 355–356 DOI 10.1007/s00778-005-0179-z GUEST EDIT ORIAL M. Tamer Özsu · Donald Kossmann · Renée J. Miller Published online: 30 October 2005 c Springer-Verlag 2005 This special issue includes four papers from the 30th In- certain recommendation algorithms from a library of recom- ternational Conference on Very Large Data Bases, held in mendation algorithms that it maintains. Toronto, Canada, 31 August—3 September 3 2004. The con- The second paper, “An Annotation Management System ference program included 81 research papers selected from for Relational Databases” by D. Bhagwat, L. Chiticariu, W.- 463 submissions. Eight papers from these 81 were invited by C. Tan, and G. Vijayvargiya addresses a data quality issue in the Program Chairs for inclusion in this special issue. Sub- relational databases, the management of annotations. Their stantially expanded and enhanced versions of these papers system permits annotations on data to be automatically prop- were subjected to a new round of reviewing and, as a result, agated as the data is transformed by queries. Annotations are the four that are included in this issue were selected. an effective tool for understanding the provenance and ﬂow The four papers cover a wide range of topics:
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