The VLDB Journal (2009) 18:383–384 DOI 10.1007/s00778-009-0132-7 GUEST EDITORIAL Minos Garofalakis · Johannes Gehrke · Divesh Srivastava Published online: 21 March 2009 © Springer-Verlag 2009 This special issue of the VLDB Journal is dedicated to the Database Technology Track and the Infrastructure for Infor- best papers from the 33rd International Conference on Very mation Systems Track, including the best paper and the run- Large Data Bases, which took place on 23–28 September ner-up. The breadth of the papers mirrors the breadth of 2007 at the University of Vienna in Austria. the VLDB Conference, exempliﬁes the broad applicability The conference received 668 submissions overall. The of ideas from database systems, and it is a showcase for Core Database Technology Track received 263 submissions the activity in this area. All papers have been significantly out of which 46 (17.5%) were accepted; the Infrastructure for revised, improved, and extended beyond their initial version Information Systems Track received 275 submissions out of that appeared at VLDB 2007, and they went through (some- which 45 (16.4%) were accepted; the Industrial, Applica- times several) rounds of reviewing. We would like to thank tions, and Experience Track received 56 submissions out of the reviewers of these
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