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Code Drones [article]

Mithun P. Acharya, Chris Parnin, Nicholas A. Kraft, Aldo Dagnino, Xiao Qu
2016 arXiv   pre-print
We propose and explore a new paradigm called Code Drones in which every software artifact such as a class is an intelligent and socially active entity.  ...  In this paradigm, humanized artifacts take the lead and choreograph (socially, in collaboration with other intelligent software artifacts and humans) automated software engineering solutions to a myriad  ...  Unlike the traditional MAS used by Netflix and others, where an agent represents a user or another program, in Code Drones, an agent represents a software artifact.  ... 
arXiv:1411.6118v4 fatcat:7fewivvtqzdxraodfpubglsgue

The Modern Greek Language on the Social Web: A Survey of Data Sets and Mining Applications

Maria Nefeli Nikiforos, Yorghos Voutos, Anthi Drougani, Phivos Mylonas, Katia Lida Kermanidis
2021 Data  
Though most of the reported work is on widely spoken languages, such as English, the significance of approaches that deal with less commonly spoken languages, such as Greek, is evident for reasons of preserving  ...  challenges and the potential for future research in the specific less widely spoken language.  ...  The first VLC consisted of 21 schoolmates of 6 years and 1 teacher, and the platform was used for communication and sharing of the artifacts.  ... 
doi:10.3390/data6050052 fatcat:oq2ghdzpajb45a4cxk7n3ytuwe

Human language technologies for knowledge management

S. Staab
2001 IEEE Intelligent Systems  
AKT comprises the Universities of Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Sheffield, and Southampton, and the Open University (  ...  Acknowledgments This installment of Trends and Controversies was inspired by the corresponding workshop on human language technology and knowledge management at the ACL (Association for Computational Linguistics  ...  Customer-support departments might use QA to give consumers better and faster product information and services, browse through technical information, or extract customer profiles.  ... 
doi:10.1109/5254.972104 fatcat:4w6vfn2p3rhkbfg6cm53yxtvha

D3.1 Semantic resources

Andres Garcia-Silva, Jose Manuel Gomez-Perez, Raul Ortega, Esteban González Guardia
2021 Zenodo  
Despite being already in operation, these text mining and enrichment services need to be tailored to the specific vocabulary used by the RELIANCE research communities and therefore extended and customized  ...  Such linguistic artifacts, which represent the missing pieces of information necessary to successfully analyze documents of interest for th [...]  ...  SciGraph is deployed as a linked open data platform that can be browsed interactively using the explorer 9 .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5024484 fatcat:aixtkxawybdinbc4cbhdju4jxy

Searching in the Context of a Task: A Review of Methods and Tools

Ana Maguitman
2018 CLEI Electronic Journal  
Context can then be used as a source for automatic query generation, or as a means to refine or disambiguate user-generated queries.  ...  A great number of methods exist to extract raw context data and contextual interaction patterns from the user task and to model this information using higher-level representations.  ...  Acknowledgment This work was supported by CONICET (PIP 11220120100487), MinCyT (PICT 2014-0624) and Universidad Nacional del Sur (PGI-UNS 24/N039).  ... 
doi:10.19153/cleiej.21.1.1 fatcat:eteqn6owzbbexmvo6sqfkcqywu

Extracting Development Tasks to Navigate Software Documentation

Christoph Treude, Martin P. Robillard, Barthelemy Dagenais
2015 IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering  
We conducted a field study in which six professional developers used TaskNavigator for two weeks as part of their ongoing work.  ...  We present TaskNavigator, a user interface for search queries that suggests tasks extracted with our technique in an auto-complete list along with concepts, code elements, and section headers.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to thank the study participants and Martin Paquette, formerly at Technologies and now at Resulto, for his valuable support.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tse.2014.2387172 fatcat:7moroz6775bzvifr6oinaly44q

Challenges of serials text encoding in the spirit of scholarly communication

Michelle Dalmau, Melanie Schlosser
2010 Library hi tech  
Design/methodology/approach -The project was completed using a combination of in-house and outsourced digitization and encoding, employing a variety of methods for quality control and encoding guidelines  ...  Purpose -The paper aims to describe an electronic text project involving a scholarly history journal, and to share findings related to the encoding of serials using the text encoding interchange (TEI)  ...  DPubs (http://dpubs. org/) was originally developed by Cornell University Library as an open-source content management platform, and was later extended to include a journal management component (Thomas  ... 
doi:10.1108/07378831011076611 fatcat:lt5abkmea5dbnnem35b65pgtde

A survey of the first 20 years of research on semantic Web and linked data

2018 Ingénierie des Systèmes d'Information  
Compiling several bibliographical sources and bibliometric indicators, we identify the main research trends and we reference some of their major publications to provide an overview of that initial period  ...  We conclude with some perspectives for the future research challenges. RÉSUMÉ.  ...  Acknowledgements To Mylène Leitzelman for her independent bibliometric validation of the topics and articles.  ... 
doi:10.3166/isi.23.3-4.11-38 fatcat:zsuc34fo5fh3tbz56rlrf72rii

Distributed forensics and incident response in the enterprise

M.I. Cohen, D. Bilby, G. Caronni
2011 Digital Investigation. The International Journal of Digital Forensics and Incident Response  
We present the GRR Rapid Response Framework (GRR), a new multi-platform, open source tool for enterprise forensic investigations enabling remote raw disk and memory access.  ...  GRR is designed to be scalable, opening the door for continuous enterprise wide forensic analysis.  ...  GRR is an open source, innovative enterprise distributed forensic and incident response system supporting the major client platforms.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.diin.2011.05.012 fatcat:p6uut6dw4bfpvm3qrj7xrduo2m

LabBook: Metadata-driven social collaborative data analysis

Eser Kandogan, Mary Roth, Peter Schwarz, Joshua Hui, Ignacio Terrizzano, Christina Christodoulakis, Renee J. Miller
2015 2015 IEEE International Conference on Big Data (Big Data)  
LabBook is an open, social, and collaborative data analysis platform designed explicitly to reduce this friction and accelerate discovery.  ...  Open data analysis platforms are being adopted to support collaboration in science and business.  ...  Architecture: Analytics Integration Hub An extensible apps architecture is critical to achieving an open analytics platform, and especially so for the metagenomics use case, as bioinformaticians uuse a  ... 
doi:10.1109/bigdata.2015.7363784 dblp:conf/bigdataconf/KandoganRSHTCM15 fatcat:ajrr5ey2ezdl5ftb3d7zmta3ny

Extending digital repository architectures to support disk image preservation and access

Kam Woods, Christopher A. Lee, Simson Garfinkel
2011 Proceeding of the 11th annual international ACM/IEEE joint conference on Digital libraries - JCDL '11  
Widely used today by practitioners of digital forensics, disk images can serve as baselines for comparison for digital preservation activities, as they provide fail-safe mechanisms when curatorial actions  ...  Disk images (bitstreams extracted from physical media) can play an essential role in the acquisition and management of digital collections by serving as containers that support data integrity and chain  ...  Commercial and open source tools to perform automated tasks such as bulk data extraction, triage to identify relevant information based on both simple and contextual filters, and generate custom reports  ... 
doi:10.1145/1998076.1998088 dblp:conf/jcdl/WoodsLG11 fatcat:xxxnwz7ggjb3pbkbr6decqaq44

Semantic Annotation, Indexing, and Retrieval

Atanas Kiryakov, Borislav Popov, Ivan Terziev, Dimitar Manov, Damyan Ognyanoff
2004 Social Science Research Network  
A system (called KIM), implementing this concept, is presented in brief and it is used for the purposes of evaluation and demonstration.  ...  To ensure the efficiency, ease of sharing, and reusability of the metadata, we introduce an upper-level ontology (of about 250 classes and 100 properties), which starts with some basic philosophical distinctions  ...  , and which includes a set of frontends for online use that offer semantically enhanced browsing.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3199164 fatcat:dbng7vxrhvfstoieo7lwmw7ryy

Semantic annotation, indexing, and retrieval

Atanas Kiryakov, Borislav Popov, Ivan Terziev, Dimitar Manov, Damyan Ognyanoff
2004 Journal of Web Semantics  
A system (called KIM), implementing this concept, is presented in brief and it is used for the purposes of evaluation and demonstration.  ...  To ensure the efficiency, ease of sharing, and reusability of the metadata, we introduce an upper-level ontology (of about 250 classes and 100 properties), which starts with some basic philosophical distinctions  ...  , and which includes a set of frontends for online use that offer semantically enhanced browsing.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.websem.2004.07.005 fatcat:vg6hsahvdzgzdkb7lp3zdxlule

Learning evolution and software agents emergence [chapter]

Guy Boy
1996 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Software agents are computer programs that can be used to improve learning.  ...  These attributes guide the design of software agents that extend and support understanding, motivation, memory and reasoning capabilities.  ...  Acknowledgements Many thanks to Jeffrey Bradshaw, Meriem Chater, Jean-Gabriel Ganascia, Mirella Huttunen, Rachel Israel, Alain Rappaport, Stéphane Sokorski and Helen Wilson for many useful and vivid exchanges  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-61327-7_95 fatcat:x5qrof3sinfgxbax7ju4xto5ue

Using a Natural Language Understanding System to Generate Semantic Web Content

Akshay Java, Sergei Nirneburg, Marjorie McShane, Timothy Finin, Jesse English, Anupam Joshi
2007 International Journal on Semantic Web and Information Systems (IJSWIS)  
OntoSem, an implementation of the theory of ontological semantics under continuous development for over fifteen years, uses a specially constructed NLP-oriented ontology and an ontologicalsemantic lexicon  ...  We next used OntoSem and OntoSem2OWL to support SemNews, an experimental web service that monitors RSS news sources, processes the summaries of the news stories and publishes a structured representation  ...  By using a fully open corpus, containing material on nearly everything imaginable, we will soon be able to "close the loop". IX.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jswis.2007100103 fatcat:eaiy7xbztza6xjlyvirqii2kg4
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