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  • CAKES: Cross-lingual wikipedia knowledge enrichment and summarization 

    Fionda V; Pirró G (IOS Press, 2012)
    Wikipedia is a huge source of multilingual knowledge curated by human contributors. Wiki articles are independently written in the various languages and may cover different perspectives about a given subject. The aim of ...
  • A Case for Abductive Reasoning over Ontologies 

    Elsenbroich C; Kutz O; Sattler U (CEUR, 2006)
    We argue for the usefulness of abductive reasoning in the context of ontologies. We discuss several applicaton scenarios in which various forms of abduction would be useful, introduce corresponding abductive reasoning ...
  • The case for cloud service trustmarks and assurance-as-a-service 

    Lynn T; Healy P; McClatchey R; Morrison J; Pahl C; Lee B (SciTePress, 2013)
    Cloud computing represents a significant economic opportunity for Europe. However, this growth is threatened by adoption barriers largely related to trust. This position paper examines trust and confidence issues in cloud ...
  • A categorical approach to ontology alignment 

    Codescu M; Mossakowski T; Kutz O (CEUR-WS.org, 2014)
    Ontology matching and alignment is a key mechanism for linking the diverse datasets and ontologies arising in the Semantic Web. We show that category theory provides the powerful abstractions needed for a uniform treatment ...
  • Certain Answers in a Rough World 

    Peñaloza R; Thost V; Turhan A (CEUR, 2014)
  • A Certification Technique for Cloud Security Adaptation 

    Ardagna CA; Asal R; Damiani E; El Ioini N; Pahl C; Dimitrakos T (IEEE, 2016)
    Unpredictability of cloud computing due to segregation of visibility and control between applications, data owners, and cloud providers increases tenants’ uncertainty when using cloud services. Adaptation techniques become ...
  • Change and evolution in web-based learning technology systems 

    Pahl C (AACE, 2011)
    With the inception of the Web now being more than 20 years ago, many Web-based learning technology systems (LTS) have had a long life and have undergone many changes, both affect content and infrastructure technologies. ...
  • Change support to maintain quality in learning technology systems 

    Pahl C (Springer, 2017)
    The quality of learning technology systems can degrade over time due to changes in learners, content and the software environment. This might occur as long-term evolution of the system to adjust the system to environmental ...
  • Characterization of consultant activities in ERP projects: A case study 

    Lutteri E; Russo B (SciTePress, 2011)
    Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems are very common worldwide, but their implementation and upgrade projects are expensive, complex and often unsuccessful. A great role in their implementation is played by the ...
  • A Chat-Based Group Recommender System for Tourism 

    Nguyen TN; Ricci F (Springer Verlag, 2017)
    Group recommender systems aim at supporting a group of users in making decisions when considering a set of alternatives. State of the art solutions aggregate individual preferences acquired before the actual decision making ...
  • Checking compliance of execution traces to business rules 

    Chesani, F; Mello, P; Montali, M; Riguzzi, F; Sebastianis, M; Storari, S (Springer, 2009)
    Complex and flexible business processes are critical not only because they are difficult to handle, but also because they often tend to loose their intelligibility. Verifying compliance of complex and flexible processes ...
  • CheckInShop. eu: A Sensor-based Recommender System for micro-location Marketing 

    Symeonidis P; Chairistanidis S (ACM Digital Library, 2017)
    CheckInShop is an app that employs sensors to capture the user preferences in physical stores and provide either micro-location marketing or product recommendations. By utilizing iBeacon technology and with the exploitation ...
  • Circumscribing DL-Lite 

    Botoeva E; Calvanese D (IOS Press, 2012)
    Classical logics (and hence Description Logics) are monotonic: the set of conclusions increases monotonically with the set of premises. Instead, common-sense reasoning is characterized as non-monotonic: new information can ...
  • A Classification and Comparison Framework for Cloud Service Brokerage Architectures 

    Fowley F; Pahl C; Jamshidi P; Fang D; Liu X (2016)
    Cloud service brokerage and related management and marketplace concepts have been identified as key concerns for future cloud technology development and research. Cloud service management is an important building block of ...
  • Classification of Sperm Cells According to their Chromosomic Content Using a Neural Network Trained with a Genetic Algorithm 

    Kuri, A; Ortiz, M; Zenteno, D; Penaloza, R (IEEE-Press, 2003)
    A priori determination of the sex of a human individual before gestation is a desirable goal in some cases. To achieve this, it is necessary to perform the separation of sperm cells containing either X or Y chromosomes. ...
  • A classification schema for development technologies 

    Taibi, D; Plocennik, C; Dieudonne', L (IARIA, 2014)
    Software and hardware development organizations that consider the adoption of new methods, techniques, or tools often face several challenges, namely to: guarantee process quality, reproducibility, and standard compliance. ...
  • Closed Predicates in Description Logics: Results on Combined Complexity 

    Ngo, TPN; Ortiz, M; Simkus, M (AAAI Press, 2016)
    Some applications of Description Logic (DL) ontologies combine complete information (e.g., stemming from relational databases) with incomplete, open-world knowledge. Several research efforts in the last years have advocated ...
  • Cloud migration patterns: A multi-cloud service architecture perspective 

    Jamshidi P; Pahl C; Chinenyeze S; Liu X (Springer, 2015)
    Many organizations migrate their on-premise software systems to the cloud. However, current coarse-grained cloud migration solutions have made a transparent migration of on-premise applications to the cloud a difficult, ...
  • Cloud service localisation 

    Pahl C (Springer, 2012)
    The essence of cloud computing is the provision of software and hardware services to a range of users in dierent locations. The aim of cloud service localisation is to facilitate the internationalisation and localisation ...
  • COBRA, a Demo 

    Peñaloza R; Thuluva AS (CEUR, 2014)