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Talk by Kleanthi Georgala

Last week on Friday, 17th April, Kleanthi Georgala visited AKSW and gave a talk entitled “Traces Through Time: Probabilistic Record Linkage – Medieval and Early Modern”. More information below. This innovative, multi-disciplinary project will deliver practical analytical tools to support large-scale exploration of … Continue reading

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AKSW Colloquium, 20-04-2015, OWL/DL approaches to improve POS tagging

In this colloquium Markus Ackermann will touch on the ‘linguistic gap‘ of recent POS tagging endeavours (as perceived by C. Manning, [1]). Building on observations in that paper, potential paths towards more linguistically informed POS tagging are explored: An alternative … Continue reading

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AKSW Colloquium, 13-04-2015, Effective Caching Techniques for Accelerating Pattern Matching Queries

In this colloquium, Claus Stadler will present the paper Effective Caching Techniques for Accelerating Pattern Matching Queries by Arash Fard, Satya Manda, Lakshmish Ramaswamy, and John A. Miller. Abstract: Using caching techniques to improve response time of queries is a … Continue reading

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AKSW Colloquium, 03-23-2015, Git Triple Store and From CPU bringup to IBM Watson

From CPU bring up to IBM Watson by Kay Müller, visiting researcher, IBM Ireland Working in a corporate environment like IBM offers many different opportunities to work on the bleeding edge of research and development. In this presentation Kay Müller, … Continue reading

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ALIGNED project kick-off

ALIGNED, AKSW’s new H2020-funded project, kicked off in Dublin. The project brings together computer science researchers, companies building data-intensive systems and information technology, and academic curators of large datasets in an effort to build IT systems for aligned, co-evolving software … Continue reading

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AKSW Colloquium: Tommaso Soru and Martin Brümmer on Monday, March 2 at 3.00 p.m.

On Monday, 2nd of March 2015, Tommaso Soru will present ROCKER, a refinement operator approach for key discovery. Martin Brümmer will then present NIF annotation and provenance – A comparison of approaches. Tommaso Soru – ROCKER – Abstract As within … Continue reading

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AKSW Colloquium: Edgard Marx and Tommaso Soru on Monday, February 23, 3.00 p.m.

On Monday, 23rd of February 2015, Edgard Marx will introduce Smart, a search engine designed over the Semantic Search paradigm; subsequently, Tommaso Soru will present ROCKER, a refinement operator approach for key discovery. EDIT: Tommaso Soru’s presentation was moved to … Continue reading

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AKSW Colloquium: Konrad Höffner and Michael Röder on Monday, February 16, 3.00 p.m.

CubeQA—Question Answering on Statistical Linked Data by Konrad Höffner Abstract Question answering systems provide intuitive access to data by translating natural language queries into SPARQL, which is the native query language of RDF knowledge bases. Statistical data, however, is structurally … Continue reading

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Kick-off of the FREME project

Hi all ! A new InfAI project, FREME, kicked off in Berlin. FREME – Open Framework of E-Services for Multilingual and Semantic Enrichment of Digital Content is an H2020 funded project with the objective of building an open, innovative, commercial-grade framework of … Continue reading

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DL-Learner 1.0 (Supervised Structured Machine Learning Framework) Released

Dear all, we are happy to announce DL-Learner 1.0. DL-Learner is a framework containing algorithms for supervised machine learning in RDF and OWL. DL-Learner can use various RDF and OWL serialization formats as well as SPARQL endpoints as input, can … Continue reading

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