The full paper “SubRank: Subgraph Embeddings via a Subgraph Proximity Measure” by Oana Balalau and Sagar Goyal has been accepted for publication at the 24th Pacific-Asia Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (PAKDD 2020).
Tha paper “PRINCE: Provider-side Interpretability with Counterfactual Explanations in Recommender Systems” by Azin Ghazimatin, Oana Balalau, Rishiraj Saha, Gerhard Weikum has been accepted for publication in The Thirteenth ACM International Conference on Web Search and Data Mining (WSDM’20), Feb 2020, Houston, Texas, United States.
The paper “Ontology-Based RDF Integration of Heterogeneous Data” by Maxime Buron, François Goasdoué, Ioana Manolescu and Marie-Laure Mugnier has been accepted for publication in the EDBT 2020 conference.
The demonstration “AIDEme: An active learning based system for interactive exploration of large datasets” by Enhui Huang, Luciano Di Palma, Laurent Cetinsoy, Yanlei Diao and Anna Liu has been accepted for publication at NIPS 2019.
The paper “On the Complexity of Universality for Partially Ordered NFAs” by Markus Krötzsch, Tomas Masopust and Michaël Thomazo has been accepted for publication at the Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science (MFCS 2016) conference.
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 …
In March, we attended the EDBT 2016 conference held in Bordeaux, where Raphael presented his paper “Social, structured and semantic search”. Bordeaux is rightfully renowned for gastronomy, which we dutifully checked for ourselves. As for the wine, Damian has his favorite addresses already (and shares them, too!). Continue reading