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What and Who
Title:Mining interesting events on large and dynamic data
Speaker:Foteini Alvanaki
coming from:Cluster of Excellence - Multimodal Computing and Interaction - MMCI
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Event Type:Promotionskolloquium
Visibility:D1, D2, D3, D4, D5, SWS, RG1, MMCI
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Level:Public Audience
Language:English
Date, Time and Location
Date:Monday, 22 December 2014
Time:09:30
Duration:60 Minutes
Location:Saarbr├╝cken
Building:E1 4
Room:024
Abstract
Nowadays, almost every human interaction produces some form of data. These data are available either to every user, e.g. images uploaded on Flickr or to users with specific privileges, e.g. transactions in a bank. The huge amount of these produced data can easily overwhelm humans that try to make sense out of it. The need for methods that will analyse the content of the produced data, identify emerging topics in it and present the topics to the users has emerged. In this work, we focus on emerging topics identification over large and dynamic data. More specifically, we analyse two types of data: data published in social networks like Twitter, Flickr etc. and structured data stored in relational

databases that are updated through continuous insertion queries.

In social networks, users post text, images or videos and annotate each of them with a set of tags describing its content. We define sets of co-occurring tags to represent topics and track the correlations of co-occurring tags over time. We split the tags to multiple nodes and make each node responsible of computing the correlations of its assigned tags. We implemented our approach in Storm, a distributed processing engine, and conducted a user study to estimate the quality of our results.

In structured data stored in relational databases, top-k group-by queries are defined and an emerging topic is considered to be a change in the top-k results. We maintain the top-k result sets in the presence of updates minimizing the interaction with the underlying database. We implemented and experimentally tested our approach.

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Name(s):Petra Schaaf
Phone:5000
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  • Petra Schaaf, 12/15/2014 11:17 AM -- Created document.