Friday, April 27, 2007

New question added: WWW 2007 Paper selection + Review

Folks I added a new question to the homework (reproduced below).

When you pick you paper, put a comment on the blog w.r.t. this post (so others know what papers
have already been picked).

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Question 3. WWW 2007 Paper Review. The proceedings of WWW 2007 are now available online at http://www2007.org/proceedings.html . (The conference is still 2 weeks away).
  1. Browse the proceedings and pick a paper (preferably from the main track; but semantic web track is also okay)
  2. Send a note to the class blog saying you picked it
  3. Read the paper and write a critical one-page review. The purpose of your review is to explain to someone who took CSE494 to be able to get an idea of what the paper's contribution is. You should thus try to connect the ideas in the paper to what we discussed in the class.
  4. Upload your review to the class blog (under the appropriate discussion topic to be opened)
  5. Be prepared to discuss it briefly in the class
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19 comments:

Sergei Golitsinski said...

I picked "Optimizing Web Search Using Social Annotations"

Bhushan said...

I have picked "Answering Relationship Queries on the Web"

Bhushan

feelingbird said...

Mine is :
"Bridging the Gap Between OWL and Relational Databases"

Raju said...

I picked "Why we search, visualizing and predicting user behavior" E Adar Daniel S et al.

Aravind Krishna K said...

I picked "Compare & Contrast: Using Web to Discover Comparable Cases for News Stories"

Aravind

Shankar said...

Mine is "Organizing and Searching the World Wide Web of Facts Step
Two: Harnessing the Wisdom of the Crowds"

VJ said...

I have chosen
"The Complex Dynamics of Collaborative Tagging"

Aditya Kanitkar said...

I will do " Random Web Crawls "

Zheshen(Jessie) said...

I picked "Measuring Semantic Similarity between Words Using Web
Search Engines".

Yang Qin said...

I call "Web Object Retrieval "

Newton Alex said...

I have chosen "Efficient Search in Large Texual Collections with Redundancy"

Newton

oneuponzero said...

i picked : Crawling Topic ..

Combining Classifiers to Identify Online Databases

snehith said...

I have picked Navigation Aided Retrieval

kartik talamadupula said...

My Pick:

Privacy-Enhancing Personalized Web Search

Y. Xu (Simon Fraser University),
B. Zhang, Z. Chen (Microsoft Research Asia),
K. Wang (Simon Fraser University)

Sanjay said...

My pick
"Navigating the Intranet with High Precision"

vvshah said...

I have chosen:"Predicting Clicks: Estimating the Click-Through Rate for New Ads"

Sophya said...

I picked "Ontology Summarization Based on RDF Sentence Graph"

Nanan said...

I picked "A content-driven reputation system for the wikipedia"...

Brandon said...

An Adaptive Crawler for Locating Hidden-Web Entry Points. Barbosa, L. Freire, J. (Search)