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Faiz Currim

Faiz Currim

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Curriculum Vitae

Senior Lecturer of MIS

  • Ph.D., University of Arizona, 2004
  • MIS 331 Data Management
  • MIS 307 Business Data Communications
  • MIS 531 Enterprise Data Management
Research Interests
  • Data Modeling
  • Temporal and spatial data management
  • Data security and privacy
  • Healthcare data management
  • XML Schema
Publications and Working Papers
  • “Adding Temporal Constraints to XML Schema” (with S. Currim, C. Dyreson, R. Snodgrass, S. Thomas). Accepted for publication, IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering (TKDE).
  • “Modeling spatial and temporal set-based constraints during conceptual database design” (with S. Ram). Accepted for publication, Information Systems Research.
  • “Conceptually modeling Windows and Bounds for space and time in database constraints” (with S. Ram). Communications of the ACM, November 2008.
  • “Validating quicksand: Schema versioning in τXSchema” (with C. Dyreson, R. T. Snodgrass, S. Currim, S. Joshi). Data and Knowledge Engineering, Vol 65, Issue 2, May 2008.
  • “Weaving Temporal and Reliability aspects into a schema tapestry” (with C. Dyreson, R. T. Snodgrass, S. Currim). Data and Knowledge Engineering Vol 63, Issue 3, December 2007.
  • “A data modeling process for decomposing healthcare patient data sets” (with Der-Fa Lu, W. Nick Street, Ray Hylock, Connie Delaney). Online Journal of Nursing Informatics, Vol 13, Issue 1, February 2009.
  • “Survey of cardinality constraints in snapshot and temporal semantic data models”, (with S. Ram). In S. Wrycza and A. Bajaj (Eds.), Systems Analysis and Design for Advanced Modeling Methods: Best Practices. IGI Global. 2009

Professional Associations

  • AIS
  • ACM