American Journal of Database Theory and Application

American Journal of Database Theory and Application is a peer-reviewed international journal that provides a chance for academic and industry professionals to discuss recent progress in the area of database theory and application. It aims to be a forum that facilitates and support research relevant to database theory and application technology and the applications.

Editor-in-chief: Mansaf Alam
p-ISSN: 2326-0831
e-ISSN: 2326-0858


Subject areas suitable for publication include, but are not limited to the following fields:
  Data Mining and Information Extraction
  Data Modeling and Architectures
  Data Provenance
  Data Quality
  Data Security, Privacy and Trust
  Data Streaming
  Dynamic Data Mining
  Heterogeneous Databases
  Inference and Disclosure Control for Data Mining
  Integration of Data Warehousing
  Interactive and Online Mining
  Intermittently Connected Data
  KDD Process and Human Interaction
  Mining Trends, Opportunities or Risks
  OLAP and Data Mining
  Parallel and Distributed Data Mining
  Physical Database Design and Performance Evaluation
  Privacy Preserving Data Aggregation and Integration
  Privacy Preserving Data Mining