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Multilingual Information Access on the Web

Computer, 2015

Named entities (NEs) can facilitate access to multilingual knowledge sources-- which have exploded in recent years--but the identification, classification, and retrieval of NEs remain challenging tasks.


Sanal Zorbalik Iceren Sosyal Medya Mesajlarinim Tespiti [Turkish-only]

2018 3rd International Conference on Computer Science and Engineering (UBMK), 2018

No English translation of this document was provided by the conference organizers.


Design and Implementation of Cooperative Learning

Design and Implementation of Cooperative Learning, 10/02/2013

Cooperative learning is instruction that involves students working in teams to accomplish a common goal, under conditions that involve both positive interdependence, in which all members must cooperate to complete the task, as well as individual and group accountability, where each member is accountable for the complete final outcome. By the end of this tutorial, you'll be able to describe ...


The Design of Campus Monitoring and Managing System for WaterSaving Based on Webgis

2017 IEEE International Conference on Internet of Things (iThings) and IEEE Green Computing and Communications (GreenCom) and IEEE Cyber, Physical and Social Computing (CPSCom) and IEEE Smart Data (SmartData), 2017

In order to meet the requirements of the construction and management, Implementing scheduling and monitoring for the water system of the campus, The practice has established a Three-dimensional campus map, designed the water supply management information system to monitor the status of water supply pipelines. It shows that the technology can monitor the operation conditions directly of water supply pipelines, ...


Introduction to the Social Computing for Sustainability Minitrack

2016 49th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), 2016

Sustainable management aspires towards balancing and integrating social, economic and environmental dimensions. Existing roadmaps, frameworks and systems do not comprehensively support sustainable transformation nor do they allow decision makers to explore interrelationships and influences between the sustainability dimensions. Equally, the usage of social computing (SC) and in particular online social networks (OSN) is growing rapidly, yet there is a poor ...


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IEEE-USA E-Books

  • Multilingual Information Access on the Web

    Named entities (NEs) can facilitate access to multilingual knowledge sources-- which have exploded in recent years--but the identification, classification, and retrieval of NEs remain challenging tasks.

  • Sanal Zorbalik Iceren Sosyal Medya Mesajlarinim Tespiti [Turkish-only]

    No English translation of this document was provided by the conference organizers.

  • Design and Implementation of Cooperative Learning

    Cooperative learning is instruction that involves students working in teams to accomplish a common goal, under conditions that involve both positive interdependence, in which all members must cooperate to complete the task, as well as individual and group accountability, where each member is accountable for the complete final outcome. By the end of this tutorial, you'll be able to describe the key features of cooperative learning, including its five essential elements, and the instructor's role in the process. You'll be able to explain the rationale for pedagogies of engagement, especially cooperative learning and challenge-based learning. Finally, you'll identify the connections between cooperative learning and the desired outcomes of courses and programs, and apply what you've learned to your classroom practice.

  • The Design of Campus Monitoring and Managing System for WaterSaving Based on Webgis

    In order to meet the requirements of the construction and management, Implementing scheduling and monitoring for the water system of the campus, The practice has established a Three-dimensional campus map, designed the water supply management information system to monitor the status of water supply pipelines. It shows that the technology can monitor the operation conditions directly of water supply pipelines, can analyze the problems accurately of the equipment, and can reduce the waste effectively of water resources.

  • Introduction to the Social Computing for Sustainability Minitrack

    Sustainable management aspires towards balancing and integrating social, economic and environmental dimensions. Existing roadmaps, frameworks and systems do not comprehensively support sustainable transformation nor do they allow decision makers to explore interrelationships and influences between the sustainability dimensions. Equally, the usage of social computing (SC) and in particular online social networks (OSN) is growing rapidly, yet there is a poor understanding of how they can provide support, influence and change sustainable practices at the individual and corporate levels. Increasingly we find individuals and organizations are using SC/OSN to share and benchmark their sustainability practices and key performance indicators. At one end of the spectrum we have organizations engaging and participating on issues of environmental and societal concern and at the other end we have individuals who are sharing their daily achievements in terms of their exercise, health, and diet. This mini track looks across this entire spectrum where SC/OSN is being used to support, share, measure, benchmark, model, quantify, qualify sustainability goals, practices, performances, indicators with the aim of achieving or enhancing the sustainability of individuals, families, organizations, supply chains, and society as a whole.

  • Near-Real-Time Social Computing

    Near-real-time communication and interaction technologies enable almost seamless collaboration via the Web and could usher in a new era of social computing.

  • Enabling Large Scale Deliberation Using Ideation and Negotiation-Support Agents

    This paper describes an ongoing Japan-US project that is developing the kind of advanced computer support for online crowd-scale deliberation that is needed to enable smarter and more connected communities. Our shared work has focused on addressing both these problems: (1) ideation: helping crowds more effectively develop potential win-win solutions, and (2) decision-making: helping crowds get to pareto-optimality in the solutions they select. In Japan, a discussion support system called COLLAGREE that facilitates free text discussions to achieve consensus has been developing. In US, an online tool called the Deliberatorium that integrates argumentation theory and social computing techniques to enable more effective crowd-scale deliberation has been developing. One of our immediate joint work is to integrate the facilitated free-text discussions of COLLAGREE with the structured deliberations provided by the Deliberatorium. We will also develop automated agents that enable better ideation as well as better decision-making.

  • The opportunity and challenge of Big Data's application in distribution grids

    In order to meet the challenge of Big Data, enhance the intelligent level of distribution grid, the better for the power user service. Starting from the characteristics of 4 V of Big Data, the 6 links to the power supply system of industrial chain (i.e., planning, design, construction, operation, management & regulation of distribution grids, and equipment design and manufacturing) is relatively mature degree angle; the needs of Big Data's application in distribution network have been analysed. B y using the method o f SWOT, analysed the double-edged sword effect Big Data for the distribution gird, provides both opportunities and challenges. The benefits and opportunities is that, Big Data bringing data view, changing thinking methods and tools, expanding the application scene, providing better service to the society, enhancing the value of the opportunity. At the same time, Big Data will lead to the challenges in distribution grid, for example, because of security challenges of Big Data itself, Big Data more concentrated, cause safety challenges in distribution grid is more serious; the energy consumption challenges of Big Data; Big Data privacy threat distribution grid and user. The demand for Big Data's application in distribution grids in industrial chain is that, from strong to weak, management & regulation of distribution grids, operation, equipment design and manufacturing, construction, design, planning. Big Data's source of power supply enterprise's internal operation, including 3 parts, physical grid operation, marketing services and grid enterprise operation. Power system technology innovation by three wheel drive (experimental science, theoretical science, computational science) increased to four wheel drive (experimental science, theoretical science, computational science, data intensive science/data exploration science) paradigm. Big data is still “explosion”, control the fourth paradigm - data intensive science also need to redouble our efforts. Non structure data in distribution grid will be rapid growth, 50% more than the amount of data in the next five years.

  • Message from the General Chairs

    We would like to welcome you to and thank you for attending The Fifth International Conference on Social Networks Analysis, Management, and Security (SNAMS-2018)) in Valencia, Spain from October 15-18, 2018.

  • Crowdsourcing Quality-of-Experience Assessments

    Crowdsourced quality-of-experience (QoE) assessments are more cost-effective and flexible than traditional in-lab evaluations but require careful test design, innovative incentive mechanisms, and technical expertise to address various implementation challenges.



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