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The Report. Michael Stonebraker Adjunct Professor Massachusetts Institute of Technology (stonebraker@lcs.mit.edu). Context. We have to write one (or we look stupid) We can’t say “we got it right in 1997”. Proposal. Make up a 50 year challenge With a 5-10 year milestone

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The Report

Michael Stonebraker

Adjunct Professor

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

(stonebraker@lcs.mit.edu)


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Context

  • We have to write one (or we look stupid)

  • We can’t say “we got it right in 1997”


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Proposal

  • Make up a 50 year challenge

    • With a 5-10 year milestone

  • “Highest pole in the tent”


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    Tone

    • Information management focus

    • Networks and CPUs are tools


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    Reasonable Tents

    • Deep WEB

    • Personal DBMS

    • Query the internet


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    Example – Integrate the “Deep Web”

    • Structured data on the web

    • Your home security system (and toothbrush) is on the web


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    Example – Integrate the “Deep Web”

    • New data model and QL for

      • text

      • streams

      • structured data

      • triggers


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    Example – Integrate the “Deep Web”

    • Heterogeneous federated DB

      • 10 ** 6 sites

      • Semi-automatic wrappers

      • “Finding” problem

      • Dynamic federation

      • Schema choosing


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    Example – Integrate the “Deep Web”

    • Self repair

    • Self adapt

    • New GUIs

    • Privacy


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    Example – Integrate the “Deep Web”

    • Superset of TIA problem

    • “Tell me something interesting”


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    Short Term Goals

    • Get a benchmark/test harness

    • Have a serious pow-wow with IR

    • Play out the separate stream system debate

    • Design next version of Xstuff

    • Get somewhere on “tell me something interesting”

    • Get somewhere on wrapper technology