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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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ESWC 2018 with Alexandria Contributions

The 15th Extended Semantic Web Conference (ESWC 2018) was held in Heraklion (Crete, Greece) on 3-7 June 2018. The Alexandria project was present with the following publications: – TweetsKB: A Public and Large-Scale RDF Corpus of Annotated Tweets (by Pavlos Fafalios, Vasileios Iosifidis, Eirini Ntoutsi, and Stefan Dietze). Nominated for the “Best Resource Paper” award! …

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Alexandria at Web Science 2018

The 10th International ACM Web Science Conference was held from Sunday May 27 to Wednesday May 30 (2018) in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The Alexandria project was present in this annual venue with the following contributions: – Viewpoint Discovery and Understanding in Social Networks (by Mainul Quraishi, Pavlos Fafalios, and Eelco Herder) [PAPER] – DistrustRank: Spotting …

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EMNLP 2017 with Alexandria Contributions

In this year’s Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP) conference, members of the Alexandria project, Besnik Fetahu, Avishek Anand and Katja Markert, will be presenting their work on determining citation span for references in Wikipedia pages. EMNLP is one of the top-tier venues for works in the field of Computational Linguistics. The importance of …

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What does the internet know about the development of software?

Software is dynamic, and is subject to continuous development. In fact, the boundaries between different states and versions of a software program in the course of its development are often blurred. It is difficult to grasp the state of a software program; it can only, if at all, be described by its version number. Not …

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