Program Schedule

The proceedings of the workshop have been published as Volume 908 of CEUR-WS.org.

08:45 Welcome
09:00 A Hierarchical Approach to Resource Awareness in DHTs for Mobile Data Management
Liz Ribe-Baumann (Ilmenau University of Technology)
Kai-Uwe Sattler (Ilmenau University of Technology)
09:30 Towards an ambient data mediation system
Kim Tâm Huynh (PRiSM Laboratory-University of Versailles),
Béatrice Finance (PRiSM Laboratory-University of Versailles),
Mokrane Bouzeghoub (PRiSM Laboratory-University of Versailles)
10:00 Coffee / Tea Break
10:30 Invited Talk: Management of Dynamic Context Models with Data Stream Processing
Prof. Dr. Daniela Nicklas (Computer Science Department, Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg)
Slides
11:30 Context-Aware Routing Method for P2P File Sharing Systems over MANET
Taoufik Yeferny (Faculty of Sciences of Tunis),
Amel Bouzeghoub (Telecom SudParis),
Khedija Arour (National Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology of Tunis)
12:00 Lunch
14:00 Considering the High Level Critical Situations in Context-Aware Recommender Systems
Djallel Bouneffouf (Telecom Sud Paris),
Amel Bouzeghoub (Telecom Sud Paris),
Alda Lopes Gançarski (Telecom Sud Paris)
14:30 Privacy Preservation for Location-Based Services Based on Attribute Visibility
Masanori Mano (Nagoya University),
Xi Guo (Nagoya University),
Tingting Dong (Nagoya University),
Yoshiharu Ishikawa (Nagoya University)
Slides
15:00 Applying Pervasive and Flexible Access Control to Distributed Multimedia Retrieval
Dana Al Kukhun (Université Paul Sabatier - Toulouse III - IRIT - UMR 5505),
Dana Codreanu (Université Paul Sabatier - Toulouse III - IRIT - UMR 5505),
Ana-Maria Manzat (Université Paul Sabatier - Toulouse III - IRIT - UMR 5505),
Florence Sedes (Université Paul Sabatier - Toulouse III - IRIT - UMR 5505)
Slides
15:30 Coffee Break
16:00 Discussion
17:00 Farewell

Keynote

Management of Dynamic Context Models with Data Stream Processing -
Prof. Dr. Daniela Nicklas

With the upcoming widespread availability of sensors, more and more applications depend on physical phenomena. Up-to-date real world information is embedded into business processes, in production environments, or in mobile applications, so that such context-aware applications can adapt their behavior to the current situation of their user or environment. For this, a high variety of so-called context information has to be managed, often in an push-based way (applications register for context changes). In more and more applications, the amount, the physical source distribution, the resources of the processing devices, and/or the update rate of the incoming sensor data prevents its storage in DBMS and the use of triggers or periodic queries. This talk shows how data stream management techniques can be used to provide an efficient, comprehensive, up-to-date, and even quality-annotated dynamic context model for mobile applications.

Biography

Daniela Nicklas is a Junior Professor for Database and Internet technologies at the Carl von Ossietzky Universit├Ąt Oldenburg since 2008. Besides her research on context-aware applications and context modeling, she works on data stream processing and sensor-based systems within the application domains of transportation, energy, and ambient environments.
She received her PhD (Dr. rer. nat.) in Computer Science 2008 from the University of Stuttgart, working within the Center of Collaboration (SFB 627) "Nexus" under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Bernhard Mitschang. The main contribution if her thesis was architecture and a spatial data model for large-scale integration of context data for location-based, mobile applications. After that, she worked for two years as PostDoc in that Center of Project, co-leading a project on context-aware workflows together with Prof. Dr. Frank Leymann.
In 2008, she received an IBM Exploratory Stream Analytics Innovation award for "Data Stream Technology for Future Energy Grid Control". Besides being a committee member in many programme committees of pervasive computing and database conferences and workshops, she helped organizing international conference, like e.g., the Annual IEEE International Conferences on Pervasive Computing and Communications (PerCom) as Vice Program Chair in 2010. She is also a member of the editorial boards of the Elsevier Pervasive Computing and Communication Journal, the International Journal of Pervasive Computing and Communications (Emerald), and the Datenbankspektrum (German Journal on Databases).