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2013 Eighth International Conference on Digital Information Management (ICDIM)

The principal aim of this conference is to bring people in academia, research laboratories and industry together, and offer a collaborative platform to address the emerging issues and solutions in digital information science and technology. The ICDIM intends to bridge the gap between different areas of digital information management, science and technology.

  • 2012 Seventh International Conference on Digital Information Management (ICDIM)

    The principal aim of this conference is to bring people in academia, research laboratories and industry together, and offer a collaborative platform to address the emerging issues and solutions in digital information science and technology.

  • 2011 Sixth International Conference on Digital Information Management (ICDIM)

    The ICDIM 2011 is a forum of academic and industrial researchers and scientists in digital information management and technology. It addresses the research in significant areas of information management, database management, and process management.

  • 2010 Fifth International Conference on Digital Information Management (ICDIM)

    The International Conference on Digital Information Management is a multidisciplinary conference on digital information management, science and technology.


2013 Fifth International Conference on Computational Intelligence, Communication Systems and Networks (CICSyN)

Development and application of computational intelligence algorithms and systems engineering techniques to communication systems and computer networks


2013 IEEE 8th International Conference on Industrial and Information Systems (ICIIS)

ICIIS aims at providing opportunities to the local and foreign researchers and practicing engineers to present their innovative ideas to the world.Six major areas in which technical papers are accepted this time are:1. Communication and Information2. Computers and Embedded Systems3. Electronics and Instrumentation4. Image and signal processing5. Power, energy and high voltage6. Robotic, control and automation

  • 2012 IEEE 7th International Conference on Industrial and Information Systems (ICIIS)

    Communication and Information Systems, Computer Systems Engineering , MEMS/NEMS, Instrumentation Control and Robotics, Energy Systems and High Voltage Engineering.

  • 2011 IEEE 6th International Conference on Industrial and Information Systems (ICIIS)

    To bring together innovative academics and industrial experts in the field of Electrical, Electronics and Information Engineering to a common forum, where a constructive dialog on theoretical concepts, practical ideas and results of the state of the art will be developed.

  • 2010 5th International Conference on Industrial and Information Systems (ICIIS)

    The Theme of the Conference is Energy Security through Information Systems and Advanced Communication. The mission is to bring together innovative academics and industrial experts in the field of Electrical, Electronics, Computer Science & Engineering and Information Engineering to a common forum, where a constructive dialog on theoretical concepts, practical ideas and results of the state of the art technology will be developed.


2012 5th International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering and Technology (ICETET)

The conference will cover myriad tracks in the Engineering; Technology and Science. Latest advancements and future directions in the area of knowledge based engineering systems will be the focus.

  • 2011 4th International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering and Technology (ICETET)

    The 2011 ICETET-11 International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering & Technology provides an international forum for industry professionals and researchers to deliberate explore and contribute their research to discuss the latest advancement & future directions in the emerging area of Engineering & Technology. ICETET-11 welcomes paper submissions in the myriad tracks of Engineering & Technology & Science.

  • 2010 3rd International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering and Technology (ICETET)

    ICETET-10 is intended to bring together the international community of researchers and practitioners to discuss the latest advancements and future directions in the areas of knowledge based engineering systems. The conference welcomes paper submissions from researchers, practitioners, academicians and students, and will cover myriad tracks in the Engineering; Technology and Science.

  • 2009 2nd International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering and Technology (ICETET)

    ICETET-09 is intended to bring together the international community of researchers and practitioners to discuss the latest advancements and future directions in the areas of knowledge based engineering systems. The conference welcomes paper submissions from researchers, practitioners, academicians and students, and will cover myriad tracks in the Engineering; Technology and Science.


2010 4th International Universal Communication Symposium (IUCS)

Information retrieval Information credibility Speech recognition and synthesis Machine translation and speech translation Spoken language processing Multilingual information processing Super high-resolution image technology 3D visualization, imaging and display technologies Human factors Human interface and interaction technologies Real-world sensing technologies Human behavior detection and analysis


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Knowledge and Data Engineering, IEEE Transactions on

Artificial intelligence techniques, including speech, voice, graphics, images, and documents; knowledge and data engineering tools and techniques; parallel and distributed processing; real-time distributed processing; system architectures, integration, and modeling; database design, modeling, and management; query design, and implementation languages; distributed database control; statistical databases; algorithms for data and knowledge management; performance evaluation of algorithms and systems; data communications aspects; system ...




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Translating Persian documents into English using knowledge based WSD

Chakaveh Saedi; Mehrnoush Shamsfard 2009 Fourth International Conference on Digital Information Management, 2009

The necessity of machine translation systems is growing rapidly due to the increase of documents and translation requests. Reading web pages, news, articles, manuals and users' guides and getting the gist of a test are some of the examples for our daily need to translation. This paper introduces a Persian to English machine translation system, named PEnT2. It uses a ...


Bottom-up region extractor for semi-structured web pages

Wachirawut Thamviset; Sartra Wongthanavasu 2014 International Computer Science and Engineering Conference (ICSEC), 2014

Generally, the database websites have provided the interfaces for giving users access their structured data. These data are usually represented in a form of data records in a coherent region of a result page. However, the page usually contains not only the data region, but also other extraneous ones. Therefore, the important tasks for extracting data records from these semi-structured ...


Mining the Web to discover the meanings of an ambiguous word

R. Tamir; R. Rapp Third IEEE International Conference on Data Mining, 2003

In information retrieval and text mining, information on word senses is usually taken from dictionaries or lexical databases that have been prepared by lexicographers. We propose an automatic method for word sense induction, i.e. for the discovery of a set of sense descriptors to a given ambiguous word. The approach is based on the statistics of word co-occurrence as derived ...


Data extraction from Web data sources

J. Robinson Proceedings. 15th International Workshop on Database and Expert Systems Applications, 2004., 2004

An explanation is given of the basic data structures used in a new page analysis technique to create wrappers (data extractors) for the result pages produced by Web sites in response to user qeries via Web page forms. The key structure called a tpGrid is a representation of the web page, which is easier to analyse than the raw HTML ...


Guest Editors' Introduction: Mining Actionable Knowledge on the Web

Qiang Yang; C. A. Knoblock; Xindong Wu IEEE Intelligent Systems, 2004

The Web-its resources and users-offers a wealth of information for data mining and knowledge discovery. Up to now, a great deal of work has been done applying data mining and machine learning methods to discover novel and useful knowledge on the Web. However, many techniques aim only at extracting knowledge for human users to view and use. Recently, more and ...


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Translating Persian documents into English using knowledge based WSD

Chakaveh Saedi; Mehrnoush Shamsfard 2009 Fourth International Conference on Digital Information Management, 2009

The necessity of machine translation systems is growing rapidly due to the increase of documents and translation requests. Reading web pages, news, articles, manuals and users' guides and getting the gist of a test are some of the examples for our daily need to translation. This paper introduces a Persian to English machine translation system, named PEnT2. It uses a ...


Bottom-up region extractor for semi-structured web pages

Wachirawut Thamviset; Sartra Wongthanavasu 2014 International Computer Science and Engineering Conference (ICSEC), 2014

Generally, the database websites have provided the interfaces for giving users access their structured data. These data are usually represented in a form of data records in a coherent region of a result page. However, the page usually contains not only the data region, but also other extraneous ones. Therefore, the important tasks for extracting data records from these semi-structured ...


Mining the Web to discover the meanings of an ambiguous word

R. Tamir; R. Rapp Third IEEE International Conference on Data Mining, 2003

In information retrieval and text mining, information on word senses is usually taken from dictionaries or lexical databases that have been prepared by lexicographers. We propose an automatic method for word sense induction, i.e. for the discovery of a set of sense descriptors to a given ambiguous word. The approach is based on the statistics of word co-occurrence as derived ...


Data extraction from Web data sources

J. Robinson Proceedings. 15th International Workshop on Database and Expert Systems Applications, 2004., 2004

An explanation is given of the basic data structures used in a new page analysis technique to create wrappers (data extractors) for the result pages produced by Web sites in response to user qeries via Web page forms. The key structure called a tpGrid is a representation of the web page, which is easier to analyse than the raw HTML ...


Guest Editors' Introduction: Mining Actionable Knowledge on the Web

Qiang Yang; C. A. Knoblock; Xindong Wu IEEE Intelligent Systems, 2004

The Web-its resources and users-offers a wealth of information for data mining and knowledge discovery. Up to now, a great deal of work has been done applying data mining and machine learning methods to discover novel and useful knowledge on the Web. However, many techniques aim only at extracting knowledge for human users to view and use. Recently, more and ...


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  • Protecting the Knowledge Commons

    Knowledge in digital form offers unprecedented access to information through the Internet but at the same time is subject to ever-greater restrictions through intellectual property legislation, overpatenting, licensing, overpricing, and lack of preservation. Looking at knowledge as a commons--as a shared resource--allows us to understand both its limitless possibilities and what threatens it. In Understanding Knowledge as a Commons, experts from a range of disciplines discuss the knowledge commons in the digital era--how to conceptualize it, protect it, and build it.Contributors consider the concept of the commons historically and offer an analytical framework for understanding knowledge as a shared social-ecological system. They look at ways to guard against enclosure of the knowledge commons, considering, among other topics, the role of research libraries, the advantages of making scholarly material available outside the academy, and the problem of disappearing Web pages. They discuss the role of intellectual property in a new knowledge commons, the open access movement (including possible funding models for scholarly publications), the development of associational commons, the application of a free/open source framework to scientific knowledge, and the effect on scholarly communication of collaborative communities within academia, and offer a case study of EconPort, an open access, open source digital library for students and researchers in microeconomics. The essays clarify critical issues that arise within these new types of commons--and offer guideposts for future theory and practice.Contributors:David Bollier, James Boyle, James C. Cox, Shubha Ghosh, Charlotte Hess, Nancy Kranich, Peter Levine, Wendy Pradt Lougee, Elinor Ostrom, Charles Schweik, Peter Suber, J. T odd Swarthout, Donald Waters

  • Mutually Referential Data Definitions

    This chapter contains sections titled: Lists of Structures, Lists in Structures, Designing Functions for Mutually Referential Definitions, Extended Exercise: More on Web Pages

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    The time-worn aphorism "close only counts in horseshoes and hand-grenades" is clearly inadequate. Close also counts in golf, shuffleboard, archery, darts, curling, and other games of accuracy in which hitting the precise center of the target isn't to be expected every time, or in which we can expect to be driven from the target by skilled opponents. This lecture is not devoted to sports discussions, but to efficient algorithms for determining pairs of closely related web pages -- and a few other situations in which we have found that inexact matching is good enough; where proximity suffices. We will not, however, attempt to be comprehensive in the investigation of probabilistic algorithms, approximation algorithms, or even techniques for organizing the discovery of nearest neighbors. We are more concerned with finding nearby neighbors; if they are not particularly close by, we are not particularly interested. In thinking of when approximation is sufficient, remember the oft- told joke about two campers sitting around after dinner. They hear noises coming towards them. One of them reaches for a pair of running shoes, and starts to don them. The second then notes that even with running shoes, they cannot hope to outrun a bear, to which the first notes that most likely the bear will be satiated after catching the slower of them. We seek problems in which we don't need to be faster than the bear, just faster than the others fleeing the bear.

  • About the Author

    Praise for Open Process Frameworks"From a customer experience standpoint, this conceptual approach to business design is a winner!" —Patricia Seybold, coauthor of Customers.com and The Customer Revolution "Marca illustrates . . . how the Internet can be used to create adaptive enterprises that dynamically change their processes, their rules, and their workers as their needs continually change. This book gives an enlightening glimpse of dramatic business opportunities now open to us." —Tom Malone, PhD, Patrick J. McGovern Professor of Management, MIT Sloan School of Management "Marca's Open Process Frameworks presents the essential business architecture to enable corporate adaptability in the twenty-first century . . . Every executive, manager, architect, process engineer, and project manager in every company should read this book." —Bill Welch, Vice President of Administration, CDI Corporation "Regardless of where you may be in the evolution of the technology approach Marca describes, you will find this book useful. It gives us a glimpse into how technology will affect the way we all do business in the current e-Age."—Sam Rossa, Senior Vice President of Sales, Tandem Staffing Solutions, Incorporated"Marca provides a directive . . . for how an organization can capture, adapt, control, and measure its business processes. This strikes me as doing e-business the right way."—Clement McGowan, PhD, Senior Principal Scientist, Mitretek Systems, Incorporated "Marca leverages the concept of Open Systems to develop the concept of Open Process . . . to describe how a company operates in terms of building blocks which support adaptable and optimized Internet-based solutions."—Matt Yuschik, PhD, Mike Vannata, PhD, Jim Kilmurray, PhD, The University o f Phoenix"Marca captures the essence and magnitude of our managed staffing program at Siemens Westinghouse. Using these frameworks, Marca designed an effective solution for us, which meant the difference between success and failure for our $100 million program." —Dave Smith, Department Head, Indirect Supply Management, America, Siemens Westinghouse "In my nearly forty years of supply chain dynamics in the intangible fields of service and contract labor, I never thought I would see the day of what Marca helped bring together for our contract labor management program." —Jim Stellhorn, Senior Procurement Specialist, Siemens Westinghouse A key resource for e-business successWritten from the standpoint of business adaptability and durability, this unique resource offers proven principles for successful e-business, e-process, and e-commerce applications and projects. Marca shares with us the principles that have most helped his customers create substantial value, return-on-investment, and end-customer benefits.This guidebook explains how to use the Internet to greatly improve business processes and complex supply chains. It shows process engineers how to translate business processes into Web pages and then link those Web pages to e-commerce applications. It also gives software designers proven methods for developing e-business and e-commerce applications. And it provides project managers with valuable heuristics for realizing successful e-business and e-commerce initiatives.A comprehensive and accessible guide that brings together concept, architecture, technology, and implementation in real-world terms, Open Process Frameworks is a cutting-edge resource for today's e-business and its underpinnings.

  • Social Networking Sites and Computer Encodings in China, 2008–2012

    Technical objects constrain what users do with them. They are not neutral entities but embody information, choices, values, assumptions, or even mistakes embedded by designers. What happens when a technology is designed in one culture and used in another? What happens, for example, when a Chinese user is confronted by Roman-alphabet-embedded interfaces? In this book, Basile Zimmermann examines the relationship between technical objects and culture in contemporary China, drawing on concepts from science and technology studies (STS). He presents a new theoretical framework for "culture" based on the notions of _waves _and _forms_, which provides a powerful descriptive toolkit for technology and culture. The materials Zimmermann uses to develop and illustrate his theoretical arguments come from three groups of case studies about the use of technical devices in today's China. The first and most extensive group consists of observations of electronic music devices in Be jing; the second is a study of a Chinese networking site, "Happy Network"; and the third is a collection of personal, small-scale observations on the way Chinese characters behave when located in alphabet-encoded devices such as mobile phones, web pages, or printed documents. Zimmermann discusses well-known frameworks from STS and combines them with propositions and topics from Chinese studies. Each of the case studies advances his theoretical argument. Zimmermann's account shows how cultural differences can be integrated into STS research, and how sinologists can turn their attention from ancient texts and traditional art to everyday things in present-day China.

  • Acknowledgments

    Learn how to combine different technologies to create sophisticated, database- driven Web sitesThis text allows readers to gain the core programming knowledge needed to build a database-driven Web site using a step-by-step approach. Each stage of Web site development is carefully explained, from installation to production of the site. The book, based on a course developed by the author, features a carefully constructed organization that shows readers how to begin creating Web pages, and then incrementally add greater functionality as they progress through the text.A key strength of this book is its use of multiple programming languages and applications. By selecting among the best options from HTML, JavaScript, MySQL, PHP, Apache, and Linux/UNIX, readers learn to develop Web sites that are specifically tailored to meet their needs. Brief chapters, each focusing on one core theme, are designed to allow readers to learn at their own pace. Among the key chapters is one dedicated to teaching how to install a Web server with all the required modules to run the scripts presented in the book. Examples are used extensively throughout, illustrating key concepts and techniques Author draws from his own extensive experience to offer expert tips and point out pitfalls to avoid Exercises help readers put their knowledge into practice The examples, as well as sample solutions to the exercises, are posted online to give readers more opportunity to work with the scriptsWith its step-by-step approach, this book is ideally suited for anyone who wants to learn how to create complete Web sites. No previous knowledge of any programming language is needed. For experienced Web designers, the book will bring their programming skills to a higher level by enabling them to create dynamic pages linked to a database.

  • Appendix C: Advanced phpBB

    Learn how to combine different technologies to create sophisticated, database- driven Web sitesThis text allows readers to gain the core programming knowledge needed to build a database-driven Web site using a step-by-step approach. Each stage of Web site development is carefully explained, from installation to production of the site. The book, based on a course developed by the author, features a carefully constructed organization that shows readers how to begin creating Web pages, and then incrementally add greater functionality as they progress through the text.A key strength of this book is its use of multiple programming languages and applications. By selecting among the best options from HTML, JavaScript, MySQL, PHP, Apache, and Linux/UNIX, readers learn to develop Web sites that are specifically tailored to meet their needs. Brief chapters, each focusing on one core theme, are designed to allow readers to learn at their own pace. Among the key chapters is one dedicated to teaching how to install a Web server with all the required modules to run the scripts presented in the book. Examples are used extensively throughout, illustrating key concepts and techniques Author draws from his own extensive experience to offer expert tips and point out pitfalls to avoid Exercises help readers put their knowledge into practice The examples, as well as sample solutions to the exercises, are posted online to give readers more opportunity to work with the scriptsWith its step-by-step approach, this book is ideally suited for anyone who wants to learn how to create complete Web sites. No previous knowledge of any programming language is needed. For experienced Web designers, the book will bring their programming skills to a higher level by enabling them to create dynamic pages linked to a database.

  • Recursive Attribute Factoring

    Clustering, or factoring of a document collection attempts to "explain" each observed document in terms of one or a small number of inferred prototypes. Prior work demonstrated that when links exist between documents in the corpus (as is the case with a collection of web pages or scientific papers), building a joint model of document contents and connections produces a better model than that built from contents or connections alone. Many problems arise when trying to apply these joint models to corpus at the scale of the World Wide Web, however; one of these is that the sheer overhead of representing a feature space on the order of billions of dimensions becomes impractical. We address this problem with a simple representational shift inspired by probabilistic relational models: instead of representing document linkage in terms of the identities of linking documents, we represent it by the explicit and inferred attributes of the linking documents. Several surprising results come with this shift: in addition to being computationally more tractable, the new model produces factors that more cleanly decompose the document collection. We discuss several variations on this model and show how some can be seen as exact generalizations of the PageRank algorithm.

  • Index

    Praise for Open Process Frameworks"From a customer experience standpoint, this conceptual approach to business design is a winner!" —Patricia Seybold, coauthor of Customers.com and The Customer Revolution "Marca illustrates . . . how the Internet can be used to create adaptive enterprises that dynamically change their processes, their rules, and their workers as their needs continually change. This book gives an enlightening glimpse of dramatic business opportunities now open to us." —Tom Malone, PhD, Patrick J. McGovern Professor of Management, MIT Sloan School of Management "Marca's Open Process Frameworks presents the essential business architecture to enable corporate adaptability in the twenty-first century . . . Every executive, manager, architect, process engineer, and project manager in every company should read this book." —Bill Welch, Vice President of Administration, CDI Corporation "Regardless of where you may be in the evolution of the technology approach Marca describes, you will find this book useful. It gives us a glimpse into how technology will affect the way we all do business in the current e-Age."—Sam Rossa, Senior Vice President of Sales, Tandem Staffing Solutions, Incorporated"Marca provides a directive . . . for how an organization can capture, adapt, control, and measure its business processes. This strikes me as doing e-business the right way."—Clement McGowan, PhD, Senior Principal Scientist, Mitretek Systems, Incorporated "Marca leverages the concept of Open Systems to develop the concept of Open Process . . . to describe how a company operates in terms of building blocks which support adaptable and optimized Internet-based solutions."—Matt Yuschik, PhD, Mike Vannata, PhD, Jim Kilmurray, PhD, The University o f Phoenix"Marca captures the essence and magnitude of our managed staffing program at Siemens Westinghouse. Using these frameworks, Marca designed an effective solution for us, which meant the difference between success and failure for our $100 million program." —Dave Smith, Department Head, Indirect Supply Management, America, Siemens Westinghouse "In my nearly forty years of supply chain dynamics in the intangible fields of service and contract labor, I never thought I would see the day of what Marca helped bring together for our contract labor management program." —Jim Stellhorn, Senior Procurement Specialist, Siemens Westinghouse A key resource for e-business successWritten from the standpoint of business adaptability and durability, this unique resource offers proven principles for successful e-business, e-process, and e-commerce applications and projects. Marca shares with us the principles that have most helped his customers create substantial value, return-on-investment, and end-customer benefits.This guidebook explains how to use the Internet to greatly improve business processes and complex supply chains. It shows process engineers how to translate business processes into Web pages and then link those Web pages to e-commerce applications. It also gives software designers proven methods for developing e-business and e-commerce applications. And it provides project managers with valuable heuristics for realizing successful e-business and e-commerce initiatives.A comprehensive and accessible guide that brings together concept, architecture, technology, and implementation in real-world terms, Open Process Frameworks is a cutting-edge resource for today's e-business and its underpinnings.

  • Contributors

    As the World Wide Web continues to expand, it becomes increasingly difficult for users to obtain information efficiently. Because most search engines read format languages such as HTML or SGML, search results reflect formatting tags more than actual page content, which is expressed in natural language. Spinning the Semantic Web describes an exciting new type of hierarchy and standardization that will replace the current "web of links" with a "web of meaning." Using a flexible set of languages and tools, the Semantic Web will make all available information -- display elements, metadata, services, images, and especially content -- accessible. The result will be an immense repository of information accessible for a wide range of new applications.This first handbook for the Semantic Web covers, among other topics, software agents that can negotiate and collect information, markup languages that can tag many more types of information in a document, and knowledge systems that enable machines to read Web pages and determine their reliability. The truly interdisciplinary Semantic Web combines aspects of artificial intelligence, markup languages, natural language processing, information retrieval, knowledge representation, intelligent agents, and databases.



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