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CHI with Alexandria Contributions

In this year’s CHI conference in Glasgow Scotland, members of the Alexandria project will be presenting their work  on mitigating crowd biases in subjective tasks. Christoph Hube, Besnik Fetahu, and Ujwal Gadiraju: “Understanding and Mitigating Worker Biases in the Crowdsourced Collection of Subjective Judgments” The problem is framed in the context of subjective tasks and …

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WWW with Alexandria Contributions

In this year’s WWW conference, members of the Alexandria project will be presenting two of their works at the The Web Conference (WWW ’19) in San Francisco, USA. The works touch upon two different topics, such as understanding the reason why and how people cite in collaborative environments like Wikipedia, and the second work was …

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WSDM with Alexandria Contributions

In the twelfth Web Search and Data Mining conference, held in Melbourne Australia between 11-16 of February, the Alexandria team and other L3S members presented their three research publications. WSDM is a highly selective conference with participation from major universities around the world and has an acceptance rate of only 16%.   The three works …

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Award at TPDL conference

A paper contributed by Prof. Ewerth’s Visual Analytics Research Group received the “Honorable Mention Award” at TPDL 2018 (22nd International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries) in Porto (Portugal) from 10 to 13 September. In total, 51 “full papers” were submitted to TPDL 2018, of which 16 (31%) were invited to present in …

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Alexandria at JCDL 2018

The 2018 ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL 2018) was held in Fort Worth (Texas, USA) on 3-6 June. The Alexandria project was again present in this annual venue with one full research paper. The paper, entitled  “Ranking Archived Documents for Structured Queries on Semantic Layers”, was presented by Dr. Pavlos Fafalios and is …

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