“Social, Structured and Semantic Search” by Raphaël Bonaque, Bogdan Cautis, François Goasdoué and Ioana Manolescu has been accepted at BDA 2016
The paper “Estocada: Stockage Hybride et Ré-écriture sous Contraintes d’Intégrité” by Rana B. AL-Otaibi, Francesca Bugiotti, Damian Bursztyn, Alin Deutsch, Ioana Manolescu and Stamatis Zampetakis has been accepted for presentation at BDA 2016.
The paper “Interrogation d’instance mixte : une architecture d’intégration légère pour le journalisme de données” by Raphaël Bonaque, Tien-Duc Cao, Bogdan Cautis, François Goasdoué, Javier Letelier, Ioana Manolescu, Oscar Mendoza, Swen Ribeiro, Xavier Tannier and Michaël Thomazo has been accepted for presentation at BDA 2016.
When: Friday, June 3, at 10 AM Where: Turing building, room Flowers
When: Friday, May 27, at 11 Where: Turing building, room Gilles Kahn Abstract: First I will address the problem of frequent itemset mining in big data. We call for specific data placement techniques in massively distributed environments to improve the performance of parallel frequent itemset mining (PFIM) algorithms. We thoroughly
When: Friday, March 25, at 10:30 Where: Turing building, salle Thomas Flowers
When: Friday, March 18, at 14:30 Where: Turing building, room Gilles Kahn Abstract: Data an processes are just two sides of the same coin, and for several activities related to the analysis and design of systems it is essential to capture both static and dynamic aspects in a uniform way. In recent years, we have
When: Friday, March 11, at 14:30 Where: Turing building, room Gilles Kahn Abstract: Ontology-based data access (OBDA) is a novel approach whose aim is to facilitate the access to legacy databases to the end-users through the help of a mediating ontology. Although some prototype implementations for OBDA exist, performance is
When: Friday, March 11th, from 11 to 12 AM Where: Turing building Social content such as blogs, tweets, news etc. is a rich source of interconnected information. We identify a set of requirements for the meaningful exploitation of such rich content, and present a new data model, called S3, which
When: Friday, February 26th, from 10 to 12 AM and 2 to 4PM Where: Turing building