Longitudinal Analytics
of Web Archive Data


Big-Data Analytics for the Temporal Web (Paris, November 15, 2011)

International Workshop on Big-Data Analytics for the Temporal Web, Paris, November 15, 2011. Keynotes by: Roi Blanco (Yahoo! Research) "Searching over the past, present and future" and Pierre Senellart (Télécom ParisTech and Webdam Project) "PARIS: Probabilistic Alignment of Relations, Instances, and Schema"

The LAWA project organizes an one-day workshop with researchers using (or planning to use) the Web as a corpus for their studies. The focus is on methods, tools, and platforms for big-data analytics, including requirements on and experiences with such technologies. Topics of interest include but are not limited to: Web dynamics, history, and archives; text mining and contents classification, temporal/longitudinal studies, scalable methods (e.g., cloud-based map-reduce), large scale data storage, community detection and evolution.

The workshop will have presentations by participating researchers and big-data users, including the LAWA project team. Emphasis will be on experience-sharing and discussing mutual interests in big-data analytics for the temporal Web. The workshop is free of charge and open to public, but registration is compulsory by sending an email to:
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