The VLDB Journal (2012) 21:167–168 DOI 10.1007/s00778-012-0267-9 FOREW O RD Paolo Atzeni · Elisa Bertino · Masaru Kitsuregawa · Kian-Lee Tan Published online: 21 February 2012 © Springer-Verlag 2012 This special issue of the VLDB Journal is dedicated to the In addition to the traditional program committees, papers best papers from the 36th International Conference on Very were also reviewed through a “journal track”. A total of 119 Large Data Bases, which took place on 13–17 September submissions were received in this track during this year, of 2010 in Singapore. which 30 were accepted. In addition, there were 6 accep- The conference received 686 submissions overall. For the tances from other submission periods. research tracks: In addition, the Industrial Applications and Experience Track received 51 submissions, of which 12 (23.5%) were � The Core Database Technology Track received 280 sub- accepted. The Demonstrations Track received 89 submis- missions; of these, 19 were rejected without review sions, of which 32 (36%) were accepted. because of formatting violations and 48 were accepted. This special issue consists of journal versions of the ﬁve The acceptance rate computed with respect to the revi- best papers among the papers accepted by the program ewed
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