Database Architecture for Next-generation Interfaces
Computing devices that use non-traditional methods to interact with data are becoming more popular than those that use keyboard-based interaction. Applications and query interfaces for such devices pose a fundamentally different set of workloads on the underlying databases. We characterize these differences and show how today's query representation and evaluation techniques are not well-suited to these new non-keyboard interaction modalities. We propose a new database architecture to address these issues.
Arnab Nandi: Querying Without Keyboards: CIDR 2013 (Vision Track: Best Paper Award)[pdf][concept video]
Lilong Jiang, Arnab Nandi: Designing Interactive Query Interfaces to Teach Database Systems in the Classroom: CHI 2015 (Work-In-Progress)[pdf][slides]
Arnab Nandi: Breathing Life into Database Textbooks: CIDR 2015 (Extended Abstract)[pdf]
Jiongqian Liang, David Fuhry, David Maung, Roger Crawfis, Lynne Gauthier, Arnab Nandi, Srinivasan Parthasarathy: Data Analytics Framework for A Game-based Rehabilitation System: SDM Workshop on Data Mining for Medicine and Healthcare 2015[pdf]
Ziqi Huang, Juan Felipe Beltran, Azza Abouzied, Arnab Nandi: Beyond Binary Gestures: Exploring Documents using Touch Interfaces: CHI 2015 (Work-In-Progress)[pdf]