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Over the past years, we have seen a proliferation of Linked Data sources, however often these are not easily exploitable unless they are augmented with additional links between them. Only by doing so we can contribute to the evolution of the...
Presenter: Beyza Yaman
Organisation: University of Genoa
Webcast time: 11:30
Webcast date: Wednesday 02 May 2018
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Semantic mapping is the process that creates a representation of the environment suitable for the implementation of complex tasks and behaviors that require both geometric and semantic knowledge. We will present an overview of the approaches...
Presenter: Prof. Daniele Nardi
Webcast time: 11:00
Webcast date: Friday 20 April 2018
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Peer-reviewing is a community-driven activity where volunteer researchers assess the work of other researchers. Peer-reviewing is an important and time-consuming activity that has very little recognition. This lack of incentive may lead to...
Online discussions are the essence of many social platforms on the Internet. Discussion platforms are receiving increasing interest because of their potential to become deliberative spaces. Although previous studies have proposed approaches to...
Internet users increasingly interact with others through these new and advanced forms of online communication. Many of these interactions involve complex reasoning processes. Compared to face-to-face communications, participation in Open...
Presenter: Lu Xiao
Organisation: School of Information Studies Syracuse University
Webcast date: Friday 23 March 2018
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Effective and efficient techniques for analyzing spatio-temporal sensor data from the urban enviornment are paramount, particularly in addressing these key growth areas in urbanization: human mobility, transportation, and energy consumption....
An early vision in Computer Science has been to create intelligent systems capable of reasoning on large amounts of data. Today, this vision can be delivered by integrating Relational Databases with the Semantic Web using the W3C standards: a...