The demonstration “Reformulation-based query answering in RDF: alternatives and performance” by Damian Bursztyn, François Goasdoué and Ioana Manolescu has been accepted for publication at VLDB 2015.
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The demonstration “EFQ: Why-Not Answer Polynomials in Action” by Nicole Bidoit, Melanie Herschel and Katerina Tzompanaki has been accepted for publication at VLDB 2015.
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A Google Computational Research Journalism Award has been obtained for our proposal “Event Thread Extraction for Viewpoint Analysis” with Xavier Tannier and Fréderic Vernier (LIMSI) and Les Décodeurs (Le Monde).
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“Efficient Query Answering in DL-Lite through FOL Reformulation (Extended Abstract)” by Damian Bursztyn, François Goasdoué and Ioana Manolescu has been accepted at Description Logics (DL) 2015.
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“Query-Oriented Summarization of RDF Graphs” by Sejla Cebiric, François Goasdoué and Ioana Manolescu has been accepted as a “work in progress” paper at BICOD (formerly BNCOD) 2015.
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When:Friday, April 3, from 10.00 to 15.45 (approximately) Where:PCRI Building, room 445 PhD Student talks: Raphael Bonaque: Structured, Social and Semantic Search. Damian Bursztyn: Optimized reformulation query answering for RDF-S and/or DLLite-R. Radu Ciucanu: Learning Path Queries on Graph Databases. Paul Lagrée: A Network-Aware Approach for Searching As-You-Type and Personalizing Answers in Social Media. Katerina …
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When:Friday, March 27, at 14.00 Where:PCRI Building, room 445 Who: Helena Galhardas, INESC-ID and IST/University of Lisbon Title: Speeding up information extraction programs – a holistic optimizer and a learning-based approach to rank documents Abstract: A wealth of information produced by individuals and organisations is expressed in natural language text. Text lacks the explicit structure …
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When: Thursday, March 12, at 10.30 Where: PCRI building, room 445 Who: Cristina Sirangelo, École Normale Supérieure de Cachan Title: Querying incomplete data Abstract: Data is incomplete when it contains missing/unknown information, or more generally when it is only partially available, e.g. because of restrictions on data access. Incompleteness is receiving a renewed interest as it is …
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“Skyline Queries with Noisy Comparisons” by Benoît Groz and Tova Milo has been accepted for publication in ACM PODS 2015. Abstract: We study in this paper the computation of skyline queries – a popular tool for multicriteria data analysis – in the presence of noisy input. Motivated by crowdsourcing applications, we focus on a computation model where the input …
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