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Oria, Vincent

Contact Info
Title: Associate Professor
Email: vincent.oria@njit.edu
Office: GITC 4302
Phone: 973-596-5767
Dept: Computer Science
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About Me



Education

  • Ph.D, 1994, Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications, Paris, France
  • D.E.A, 1990, Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris VI), Paris France
  • Diplôme d´Ingénieur, 1989, Institut National Polytechnique (ex INSET), Yamoussoukro, COTE D´IVOIRE (Ivory Coast)

Courses I Teach

INTRO DATABASE SYSTEMS
DATA MGT SYSTEMS DESIGN
DOCT DISSERTATION & RES

Courses Taught

  • CIS 485-003: Advanced Database Systems
  • CIS 731: Applications of Database Systems

Current Research Projects

Virtual Mall and Virtual Catalogs

A hypertext based product catalog is an electronic extension of a companies paper bound product catalog. Product catalogs are evolving towards full multimedia representations of the products with the ability to search and view 3-D animation, videos and audio related to the products in addition to providing group communications where customers can exchange views on a product they purchased. The aim of this project is to provide a platform for integrating interoperable full multimedia digital catalogs that can be seen as a distributed virtual mall.

Courseware-on-Demand

Creation of appropriate educational content is a major challenge and cost factor in the increasing important areas of on-line and life-long learning. The aim of the ongoing Courseware-on-Demand project is to enable the creation of course content by recomposing parts extracted from existing annotated course materials. Course materials comprising a variety of learning objects (slides, video, audio, textbook, etc.), are gathered, decomposed into elementary learning fragments, appropriately annotated, indexed, and stored. They are further augmented with course structures and dependencies (prerequisite and precedence). A course designer who has a particular training goal in mind can pose a query to the Courseware-on-Demand system, expressing that goal. The first step in processing the query is to locate course fragments containing material relevant to the goal. Then, taking into account the dependencies, the system can define a minimal path in the metadata network that leads to the goal. The last step is to physically extract the parts of the course materials retrieved during the previous step, and compose the new teaching material or propose a training schedule (temporal ordering) on top of an existing course curriculum.


Selected Publications

2001

V. Oria, M. T. Özsu, P. J. Iglinski, S. Lin, “Querying Images in the DISIMA DBMS”. In Proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Multimedia Information System, Capri, Italy, November 2001, pages 51-60 V. Oria, A. Shah, S. Sowell, “Indexing XML Documents: Improving the BUS Method”. In Proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Multimedia Information System, Capri, Italy, November 2001, 89-98

L. Shu, M. T. Özsu, V. Oria, R. Ng, “An Extendible Hash for Multi-Precision Similarity Querying of Image Databases”. In Proceedings of the 27th International Conference on Very Large Database Systems (VLDB), Rome Italy, September 2001, pages 221-230.

V. Oria, M. T. Özsu, S. Lin, P. J. Iglinski, S. Lin, “Similarity Queries in the DISIMA Image DBMS”. In Proceedings of the 2001 ACM Muldimedia, Ottawa, Canada, September 2001. pages 475-478.

Z. Li, Y. Wang, V. Oria “A New Architecture for Meta-Search Engines”. In American Conference on Information Systems, Boston, MA, USA, August 2001, pages 415-422.

B. Anirban, D. Dixit, R. Galnares, M. Tzagarakis, M. Vaitis, M. Bieber, V. Oria, A. Krishna, Q. Lu, F. Aljallad, L. Zhang “Integrating Hypermedia Functionality into Database Applications”. Developing Quality Complex Database Systems: Practices, Techniques and Technologies, Becker, Shirley (ed.), 2001.

B. Anirban, D. Dixit, R. Galnares, M. Tzagarakis, M. Vaitis, M. Bieber, V. Oria, A. Krishna, Q. Lu, F. Aljallad, L. Zhang, “Towards Hypermedia Support for Database Systems”. In Proceedings of the 34th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, IEEE Press, Washington, D.C., January 2001, (Managing Information on the Web Minitrack).

2000

S. Hollfelder V. Oria, M. T. Özsu, “Mining User Behavior for Resource Prediction in Interactive Electronic Malls”. In Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo, New York, July 2000 Volume 2 pages 863-866.

V. Oria, M. T. Özsu, P. Iglinski, B. Xu, L. I. Cheng, “ DISIMA: An Object-Oriented Approach to Developing an Image Database System”. In Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Data Engineering, 28 February - 3 March, 2000, San Diego, California, pages 672-673 (system prototype demonstration)

V. Oria, M. T. Özsu, P. J. Iglinski, S. Lin, B. Yao, “DISIMA: A Distributed and Interoperable Image Database System”. In Proceedings of the 2000 ACM SIGMOD International Conference on Management of Data, May 16-18, 2000, Dallas, Texas, page 600 (system prototype demonstration)

1999

V. Oria, M. T. Özsu, L. I. Cheng, P.J. Iglinski and Y. Leontiev, ``Modeling Shapes in an Image Database System´´. To appear in Proceedings of the 5th International Workshop on Multimedia Information System , Indian Wells, Palm Springs Desert, California, USA, October 1999. V. Oria, M. T. Özsu, B. Xu, L. I. Cheng and P.J. Iglinski, ``VisualMOQL: The DISIMA Visual Query Language´´. Proceedings of the 6th IEEE International Conference on Multimedia Computing and Systems, Florence, Italy, June 1999. O. Günther, P. Picouet, J-M Saglio, M. Scholl and V. Oria, ``Benchmarking Algorithms for Spatial Joins´´. To appear in International Journal of Geographical Information Science (IJGIS) , 1999. V. Oria, M.T. Özsu, D. Szafron, and P.J. Iglinski. ``Defining Views in an Image Database System´´ , in Proceedings of the 8th IFIP 2.6 Working Conference on Database Semantics (DS-8) "Semantic Issues in Multimedia Systems", Rotorua, New Zealand, January 1999.