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

Final Program

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

June 16
June 17

June 18
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


All sessions

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



Session 5:
Data and Knowledge Engineering

Session 6:
Enterprise and IS Engineering


Session 8:
IS Security



Session 2:
Architecture and Quality

Session 3:
Artificial Intelligence in IS

14:00-15:00 CLOSING

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

16:00-16:15 Doctoral Consortium: Keynote
"How to write a good paper/thesis?"
Dr. Gunnar Piho
SPARTA Workshop  
16:30-17:00 Doctoral Consortium: Presentations 1

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
  • 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 and Sergejs Rikacovs, 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".

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