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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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L3S and Alexandria congratulate the Internet Archive for winning the Webby Lifetime Achievements Award

The L3S Research Center and the Alexandria project congratulate the Internet Archive for winning the Webby Lifetime Achievements Award 2017 on the evening of May 15, 2017 in New York. The Webby Awards – hailed by the New York Times as “one of the Internet’s highest honors” – lauded the Internet Archive for being “the …

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Save the Data – 3rd International Alexandria Workshop in conjunction with TPDL 2016

Save the date to attend the 3rd International Alexandria Workshop. After the successful workshops 2014 and 2015 we continue this year with the 3rd edition on 8/9 September 2016. This time the workshop will be organized in conjunction with the TPDL 2016 conference. The registration via the TPDL registration system is already possible. If you …

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Successful 2nd International Alexandria Workshop

The second Alexandria Workshop took place in L3S Research Center on 2-3rd November 2015. The workshop was aimed at bringing together communities involved in web archiving, digital preservation, digital humanities and information retrieval to encourage a closer dialogue between researchers from computer science, digital humanities and cultural heritage institutions. It was widely attended from participants …

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About Alexandria

The ALEXANDRIA project (ERC Nr. 339233) aims to develop models, tools and techniques necessary to explore and analyze Web archives in a meaningful way. ALEXANDRIA will significantly advance semantic and time-based indexing for Web archives using human-compiled knowledge available on the Web, to efficiently index, retrieve and explore information about entities and events from the …

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