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Information & Knowledge Engineering: The 2016 International Conference Proceedings

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WorldComp is an international conference that serves researchers, scholars, professionals, students, and academicians who are looking to both foster working relationships and gain access to the latest research results. It is being held jointly (same location and dates) with a number of other research conferences; namely, The 2016 World Congress in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Applied Computing (WORLDCOMP'16). The Congress is among the top five largest annual gathering of researchers in computer science, computer engineering and applied computing. We anticipate to have attendees from about 85 countries/territories.

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SESSION Intelligent Systems, Information Extraction and Engineering, Data Processing, and Applications

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INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS, INFORMATION

EXTRACTION AND ENGINEERING, DATA

PROCESSING, AND APPLICATIONS

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A Prudent-Precedence Concurrency Control Protocol for High Data Contention Main Memory Databases

Mohammed Hamdi1, Weidong Xiong1, Feng Yu2, Wen-Chi Hou1

Department of Computer Science, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL 62902

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Department of Computer Science and Information Systems, Youngstown State University, Youngstown, OH 44555

(mhamdi, wxiong)@siu.edu, fyu@ysu.edu, hou@cs.siu.edu

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Abstract - In this paper, we propose a concurrency control protocol, called the Prudent-Precedence Concurrency

 

SESSION Education Strategies and E-Learning

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EDUCATIONAL STRATEGIES AND E-LEARNING

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Information retrieval at the PPGEGC Theses and

Dissertations Library Catalog

Guilherme Bertoni Machado¹, Larissa Mariany Freiberger Pereira¹, José Leomar Todesco¹, Alexandre

Leopoldo Gonçalves¹

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Graduate Program in Engineering and Knowledge Management, Federal University of Santa Catarina,

Florianópolis, Santa Catarina, Brazil

Abstract - This paper proposes a hierarchical navigational taxonomy structure to organize the documents available at the Theses and Dissertations Library Catalog of the Graduate

Program in Engineering and Knowledge Management

 

SESSION Social Networks and Social Media

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SOCIAL NETWORKS AND SOCIAL MEDIA

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Revealing Roles of Actors in Clandestine Social Networks

A.Kiruthiga1 and Dr S.Bose2

Department of Computer Science and Engineering, College of Engineering Guindy,

Anna University, Chennai- 600 025, Tamilnadu,India.

E-mail Address1: kiruthiga312@gmail.com

E-mail Address2: sbs@annauniv.edu

*Corresponding author: Dr S.Bose

Abstract - Role played by an actor is a subjective characterization of the part it plays in the network structure.

Actors in Clandestine Social Networks play variety of roles to accomplish their goals. Knowing the role of a terrorist is important in Clandestine Social Network Analysis to device successful strategies to defeat them. Social Network Analysis metrics were extensively used to tag the roles of terrorists in their Clandestine Social Networks. Centrality measures like degree, closeness and betweeness can be used to assign roles to individual nodes in a network; none of these takes the community structure into account for role assignment problem. Community based metric which is inclined towards the cliques in the network as the basis for community structure failed to reveal the roles which plays the intermediate roles in between the communities. In Clandestine Social Networks a single node usually plays different roles, but in the literature, the nodes were assigned with only one role, to overcome the problem of being biased towards either community oriented or community free single role assignment, the process of revealing community based and community free role for each node in the Clandestine Social Network and prioritization of roles are proposed in this research work.

 

SESSION Knowledge Extraction and Engineering, Web and Mobile Computing, Ontology Mapping, and Applications

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KNOWLEDGE EXTRACTION AND

ENGINEERING, WEB AND MOBILE COMPUTING,

ONTOLOGY MAPPING, AND APPLICATIONS

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KNOWLEDGE FRAMEWORK

ON THE EXECUTION OF COMPLEX PROJECTS

-THE DEVELOPMENT OF A FUNCTIONAL FRAMEWORK USING A SYSTEMS APPROACHJ.Wiskerke, H.Veeke, J. Pruijn, C. Groen, H. Hopman jeroen.wiskerke@damen.com, H.P.M.Veeke@tudelft.nl, J.F.J.Pruyn@tudelft.nl, keesjan.groen@damen.com, J.J.Hopman@tudelft.nl

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This paper describes a functional framework that has been developed to realize a steady execution of a variety of complex projects. It provides knowledge to successfully intervene in a currently problematic situation. To achieve this, theory and practice have been equal constituents. The development is based on the Delft Systems Approach and the experience is gained from three executed projects at ship yards. The framework has been tested on project data and expert reviews, judging fit, relevance, workability and modifiability of the framework.

 

SESSION Poster Papers

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POSTER PAPERS

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Multi-dimensional Text Warehousing for Text Analytics

Jiyun Kim1, Han-joon Kim1

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School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Seoul, Seoul, Korea

Abstract - A data warehouse is a repository of integrated data that provides the basis for decision making which is required to establish crucial business strategies. Recent data warehouses focus upon not only structured data but also textual data.

Specially, a text warehouse is a type of data warehouse that provides efficient document retrieval and summarization capabilities. In this paper, we propose a novel way of text warehousing to support text mining capabilities beyond the simple search and aggregation functions. The proposed text warehousing method allows us to perform text mining tasks such as text classification, text clustering, and word association mining more effectively.

 

Late Breaking Papers

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LATE BREAKING PAPERS

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A Provenance-Based Approach for Reusing Biodiversity Data Products

Daniel L. da Silva, André Batista, Cleverton Borba, Andreiwid Correa, Suelane Garcia, Pedro L. P. Corrêa

Computer Engineering Department, University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo - SP, Brazil

{daniellins, andrefmb, cleverton.borba, andreiwid, suelane, pedro.correa}@usp.br

Abstract - In the last decade, several advances have been made in the publication and sharing of biodiversity data.

The adoption of metadata standards and communication protocols has enabled improvements in interoperability between systems and distributed databases. However, to reuse these available data for experiments and decisionmaking processes, scientists need additional information about the data origins to enable its evaluation and traceability. In this paper, we propose an approach for managing provenance metadata through a computational architecture based on services and web standards. We demonstrate the application of our approach and show its practical usefulness by evaluating this architecture to manage provenance metadata generated during an ecological niche modeling. The results of our experiment show that this approach is effective in collecting and managing the provenance metadata of data products and their processes, storing these metadata in a standardized way and allowing their discovery and retrieval through the Web.

 

SESSION Position Papers and Short Research Papers

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POSITION PAPERS AND SHORT RESEARCH

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