The VLDB Journal (2016) 25:1–2 DOI 10.1007/s00778-015-0399-9 GUEST EDITORIAL 1 2 H. V. Jagadish · Aoying Zhou Published online: 28 August 2015 © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2015 The VLDB conference is a premier venue for presenting innovative modular design and an actor-like programming advances in the research and practice of data management. model. The result is a system that can be used effectively for The VLDB 2014 conference took place in Hangzhou, China, complex analyses and also for multiple distinct applications in September 2014. in parallel. Papers for the VLDB conference are chosen through a Indexes are central to database performance. However, year-round reviewing process with cutoff dates for con- index design is an art, and index construction is a heavy- ference inclusion. The VLDB 2014 conference roughly weight task. Database cracking has emerged in recent years coincided with Volume 7 of PVLDB, which received 695 sub- as a technique to construct indexes incrementally and adap- missions. Of these, 139 were accepted, but 21 were accepted tively as a side effect of query processing. Many algorithms too late for inclusion in VLDB 2014. The remaining 118 were have been proposed for this purpose. In An Experimental presented at VLDB
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