Martin is a Professor in the Department of Cognitive Neurology at the University of Tübingen.
includes cross-disciplinary innovative research ideas, algorithms, systems, theory and applications for data-intensive computing.
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We invite papers that address challenges from acquisition to data cleaning, transformation, representation, integration, indexing, modeling, analysis, visualization, and interpretation. will cover applications, communication networks, data analytics, wearable devices, and many more topics in the context of Io T, with a focus on system designs, end-to-end architectures, and enabling technologies.
' Best Paper Award for Diversity, Serendipity, Novelty, and Coverage: A Survey and Empirical Analysis of Beyond-Accuracy Objectives in Recommender Systems.
There is already strong evidence that there is room for the development of a rich theory in this space. Spirakis discuss "Elements of the Theory of Dynamic Networks," a Review Article in the February 2018 issue of Communications of the ACM. The appointment is from December 1, 2017 to November 30, 2020.
Yunhao is the Chang Jiang Professor and Dean of School of Software at Tsinghua University. Each installment includes an essay on a fundamental aspect of effective writing or speaking; an exercise to help you practice writing on the topic being discussed; and an invitation to submit your exercise for possible critique.
The paper provides an extensive, thorough and well-structured review of beyond-accuracy quality measures.