The tutorial “RDF graph summarization: principles, techniques and applications” by Haridimos Kondylakis, Dimitris Kotzinos and Ioana Manolescu has been accepted for publication in the EDBT 2019 conference.
The paper “Optimization for Active Learning-based Interactive Database Exploration” by Enhui Huang, Liping Peng, Luciano Di Palma, Ahmed Abdelkafi, Anna Liu, Yanlei Diao has been accepted for publication in PVLDB 2018.
“ConnectionLens: Finding Connections Across Heterogeneous Data Sources” by Camille Chanial, Rédouane Dziri, Helena Galhardas, Julien Leblay, Minh-Huong Le Nguyen and Ioana Manolescu has been accepted for presentation in VLDB 2018.
Data exploration has changed in recent years due to the increasing gap between the amount of data available and the limited human ability to comprehend data as well as the emerging trend for data democratization. Melanie Herschel and Yannis Velegrakis interviewed Sihem Amer-Yahia (CNRS Research), Rick Cole (Tableau Software), Gautam Das (University of Texas, Arlington), Yanlei Diao …
The paper “A Content Management Perspective on Fact-Checking” by Sylvie Cazalens, Philippe Lamarre, Julien Leblay, Ioana Manolescu and Xavier Tannier has been accepted in the “Journalism, Misinformation and Fact Checking” track at The Web Conference (formerly WWW Conference) 2018.
The paper “Quotient RDF Summaries based on Type Hierarchies” by Paweł Guzewicz and Ioana Manolescu has been accepted in the Data Engineering Meets the Semantic Web (DESWeb) workshop in conjunction with ICDE 2018.