DBIS'2020 Tallinn, Estonia
Baltic DB&IS 2020
June 16-19, 2020, Tallinn, ESTONIA
14th International Baltic Conference on Databases and Information Systems

Program

Please click on the sessions in the program table to see session details.

EEST
(GMT+3)
Tuesday
June 16
Wednesday
June 17

Thursday
June 18
Friday
June 19
11:00-11:30 OPENING Session 4: Keynote
"Continuous Requirements Engineering in the Context of Socio-Cyber-Physical Systems"
Prof. Dr.sc.ing. Marite Kirikova

Session 7: Keynote
"Developing new encryption mechanisms for the Estonian eID infrastructure"
Dr. Jan Willemson

ON DEMAND WATCHING

All sessions

11:30-11:45 Session 1: Keynote
"Information Retrieval in the Neural Age"
Prof. Dr. Claudia Hauff

11:45-12:00
12:00-12:15

ON DEMAND WATCHING

Session 5:
Data and Knowledge Engineering


Session 6:
Enterprise and IS Engineering

ON DEMAND WATCHING

Session 8:
IS Security

12:15-...

ON DEMAND WATCHING

Session 2:
Architecture and Quality


Session 3:
Artificial Intelligence in IS

...
14:00-15:00 CLOSING
15:00-16:00

Q&A online session

Authors of papers presented in Session 2 & 3  available and answer questions

Q&A online session

Authors of papers presented in Session 5 & 6  available and answer questions

Q&A online session

Authors of papers presented in Session 8  available and answer questions

Steering committee meeting
(15:30)
16:00-16:15 Doctoral Consortium: Keynote
"How to write a good paper/thesis?"
Dr. Gunnar Piho
Break
SPARTA Workshop  
16:15-16:30  
16:30-17:00 Doctoral Consortium: Presentations 1
 
17:00-17:30      
17:30-17:45
Break    
17:45-19:00

Doctoral Consortium: Presentations 2

DC Closing.

   

Key aspects of the program

  • LIVE events: Opening, Keynotes, Closing, Virtual Social event, Doctoral Consortium
  • Papers of regular sessions are available throughout the conference as videos for On-Demand watching
  • On-Demand watching - follow the program at your own pace!
  • Times in the program are given as conference venue times (Tallinn) EEST (GMT+3)
  • Daily Q&A online session is the time when authors of papers scheduled for presentation on that day are expected to be online and answer the question. In addition to the allocated time-slot, authors/Presenters are also expected to answer questions throughout the conference on a daily basis, at their own pace. 
  • The program for Baltic DB&IS 2020 will be delivered on the Engagez platform. Please refer to the conference bulletin regarding the platform and its usage. The venue opens 16 June 2020.


Program Outline

Session 2: Architecture and Quality

  • Justas Kazanavičius and Dalius Ma?eika, Analysis of legacy monolithic software decomposition into microservices
  • Vineta Arnicane, Juris Borzovs and Anete Nesaule, Do We Really Know How to Measure Software Quality
  • Uljana Reinsalu, Tarmo Robal and Mairo Leier, Floor Selection for Automated Travel with Smart Elevator
  • Darja Solodovnikova and Laila Niedrite, Change Discovery in Heterogeneous Data Sources of a Data Warehouse

Session 3: Artificial Intelligence in IS

  • Viktorija Leonova, Review of Non-English Corpora Annotated for Emotion Classification in Text
  • Margarita Spichakova and Hele-Mai Haav, Using Machine Learning for Automated Assessment of Misclassification of Goods for Fraud Detection
  • Henri Ots, Innar Liiv and Diana Tur, Mobile Phone Usage Data for Credit Scoring
  • Ingus Pretkalniņš, Artūrs Sproģis and Guntis Bārzdiņš, Text Extraction from Scrolling News Tickers
  • Aleksei Samarin, Valentin Malykh and Sergey Muravyov, Specialized image descriptors for signboard photographs classification
  • Dina Satybaldina, Gulzia Kalymova and Natalya Glazyrina, APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT FOR HAND GESTURES RECOGNITION WITH USING THE DEPTH CAMERA
  • René Pihlak and Andri Riid, Simultaneous Road Edge and Road Surface Markings Detection Using Convolutional Neural Networks
  • Zigmunds Beļskis, Marita Zirne and Mārcis Pinnis, Features and Methods for Automatic Posting Account Classification

Session 5: Data and Knowledge Engineering

  • Thouraya Sakouhi, Jamal Malki and Jalel Akaichi, A Mobility Data Model for Web-Based Tourists Tracking
  • Diana Kalibatiene and Jolanta Miliauskaitė, Complexity Issues in Data-Driven Fuzzy Inference Systems: Systematic Literature Review
  • Edgars Celms, Janis Barzdins, Audris Kalnins, Arturs Sprogis, Mikus Grasmanis, Sergejs Rikacovs and Paulis Barzdins, Towards DSL for DL Lifecycle Data Management
  • Janis Zemnickis, Laila Niedrite and Natalija Kozmina, A Little Bird Told Me: Discovering KPIs from Twitter Data
  • Uldis Zandbergs and Jānis Grundspeņķis, Development of Ontology Based Competence Management Process Model for Non-Formal Education Service Providers
  • Riina Maigre, Hele-Mai Haav, Rauni Lillemets, Kalev Julge and Gaspar Anton, A Method of Comparative Spatial Analysis of a Digitized (LiDAR) Point Cloud and the Corresponding GIS Database
  • Erki Eessaar, Automating Detection of Occurrences of PostgreSQL Database Design Problems

Session 6: Enterprise and IS Engineering

  • Artur Wojciechowski and Robert Wrembel, On Case-based Reasoning for ETL Process Repairs: Making Cases Fine-grained
  • Judith Awiti and Robert Wrembel, Rule Discovery for (Semi-)automatic Repairs of ETL Processes
  • Janis Bicevskis and Girts Karnitis, Testing of Execution of Concurrent Processes
  • Vija Vagale, Laila Niedrite and Svetlana Ignatjeva, The Use of the Recommended Learning Path in the Personalized Adaptive E-learning System

Session 8: IS Security

  • Justinas Rastenis, Simona Ramanauskaite, Justinas Janulevicius and Antanas Cenys, Information Security Training Impact to Recognition of Phishing Attack: Case Study of Vilnius Gediminas Technical University
  • Paulius Vaitkevičius and Virginijus Marcinkevičius, Composition of Ensembles of Recurrent Neural Networks for Phishing Websites Detection
  • Mubashar Iqbal and Raimundas Matulevičius, Managing Security Risks in Post-Trade Matching and Confirmation using CorDapp

Doctoral Consortium

Presentations 1
  • [16:45-17:00] No'aman M. Ali, Aspect-Oriented Analytics of Big Data
  • [17:00-17:15] Marina Pincuka, Importance of the use of Analytics in Requirements Engineering
  • [17:15-17:30] Karolis Noreika, Business capabilities utilization enhancement using Archimate for EAS projects delivery in an agile environment
Presentations 2
  • [17:45-18:00] Konstantinas Korovkinas, A Hybrid Method for Textual Data Classification Based on Support Vector Machine with Particle Swarm Optimization Metaheuristic and k-Means
  • [18:00-18:15] Arsen Nasibullin, Fault Tolerant Distributed Join Algorithms in RDBMS
  • [18:15-18:30] Majid Askar, Towards Transforming Natural Language Queries into SPARQL Queries
  • [18:30-18:45] Olga Zervina, A Linguistic Analysis Of Startups In The Context Of The Air Transport Industry Management
[18:45-19:00] DC Closing. Announcing the "Best Doctoral Paper of Baltic DB&IS 2020".