BDA2016: “Interrogation d’instance mixte : une architecture d’intégration légère pour le journalisme de données”

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.

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Victor Vianu: Analysis of Data-Centric Workflows

When: Friday, July 26th, at 2PM Where: Turing building, room Flowers Abstract: Software systems centered around databases have become pervasive in a wide variety of applications, including health-care management, e-commerce, business processes, scientific workflows, and e-government. Such applications support complex workflows involving numerous interacting actors, whence the critical need for various analysis …

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PVLDB 2016 demo: “Mixed-instance querying: a lightweight integration architecture for data journalism”

The demonstration “Mixed-instance querying: a lightweight integration architecture for data journalism” by Raphaël Bonaque, Bogdan Cautis, François Goasdoué, Javier Letelier, Ioana Manolescu, Oscar Mendoza, Swen Ribeiro, Xavier Tannier and Michaël Thomazo has been accepted for publication at PVLDB 2016.

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“Factminder” presented at the Duke University conference on automated fact-checking

At the last week Tech & Check Conference of the Duke University in North Carolina, Michaël Thomazo presented the FactMinder, our system for archiving, annotating, and querying semantic-rich Web content. The event aimed at bringing together journalists (mostly fact-checkers, from Factcheck, Politifact, Full Fact, Chequeado,…) and computer scientists in order to have a clearer …

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