"Things and Strings" accepted at EKAW 2016

Sep 7, 2016

Our paper titled "Things and Strings: Improving Place Name Disambiguation from Short Texts by Combining Entity Co-Occurrence with Topic Modeling" by Yiting Ju, Benjamin Adams, Krzysztof Janowicz, Yingjie Hu, Bo Yan and Grant McKenzie was accepted at the 20th International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management (EKAW). This year EKAW will take place in Bologna, Italy. More on the paper below:


Place name disambiguation is the task of correctly...

Paper accepted at VOILA 2016 in Kobe, Japan

Aug 9, 2016

Our paper entitled "A Linked Data Driven Visual Interface for the Multi-Perspective Exploration of Data Across Repositories" was accepted at the Workshop on Visualization and Interaction for Ontologies and Linked Data (VOILA 2016) in conjunction with the International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2016). This paper was authored by Gengchen Mai, Krzysztof Janowicz, Yingjie Hu and Grant McKenzie.

More information on the workshop and papers at...

DEKDIV

Jul 27, 2016

PROJECT BRIEF

DEKDIV: Data Enrichment, Knowledge Discovery and Interactive Visualization Tool


A Linked-Data-driven Web portal for the field of learning analytics. The purpose of this portal is to allow users to browse Linked datasets, search for researchers, interact with dynamic visualizations, and perform in-depth analysis. Based on the provided datasets in Learning Analytics...

Citation Map

Jul 27, 2016

PROJECT BRIEF

The citation Map is designed to visualize the spread of scientific ideas through space and time (i.e., How publications are cited by researchers in different countries over the years ). Mapping such geographic distributions can help discover the patterns of citations which may not be detected by simply looking at the numbers. The Citation Map has a lot of potential applications. It can...

POI Pulse

Jul 6, 2016

PROJECT BRIEF

POI (Point of Interest) Pulse is an interactive application that shows the pulse of user behavior in the Greater Los Angeles area. Visualized through interaction with approximately 170,000 points of interest (e.g., Bars, Hospitals, Parks) rendered through over 12 million tiles, the map displays both typical activities patterns in the region as well as real-time social behavior.

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Testing

Jul 6, 2016

Does this really work?

test

Jul 3, 2016

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Presentation at AGILE '16

Jun 20, 2016

I just got back from presenting our paper entitled "Geo-privacy beyond coordinates" by Grant McKenzie, Krzysztof Janowicz and Dara Seidl at AGILE in Helsinki, Finland. AGILE stands for the "Association of Geographic Information Laboratories in Europe" and the annual conference took place June 14-19 in Finland this year. A great time was had by all.

Summary of the paper:
The desire to share one’s location with friends and family or to use location information for navigation and...

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