I am an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science at Utah State University. I'm also the ACM SIGMOD DiSC Editor, the Information Director for ACM Transactions on Database Systems and the Information Director for ACM SIGMOD. I research and teach in the area of database systems. My interests include temporal databases, XML databases, data cubes, and providing support for proscriptive metadata. Prior to Utah State University, I was a professor at Washington State University, James Cook University, Aalborg University, and Bond University. I am a graduate of New College and obtained my Ph.D. from the University of Arizona under the direction of Richard T. Snodgrass.
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Adding Temporal Constraints to XML Schema (with F. Currim, S. Currim, R. Snodgrass, S. Thomas, and R. Zhang), IEEE Transactions on Data and Knowledge Engineering (2012)
One-Scan Rule Extraction to Explain Significant Vehicle Interactions with Guaranteed Error Value (with Omar U. Florez), ACM SIGAPP Applied Computing Reviews (2012)
Counting frequent itemsets allows us to compute the importance of items over a stream of...