Program of SMAP 2018
The name of the speaker presenting each paper appears underlined.
Thursday, 6th September 2018
8:30 — 9:00 Registration.
9:00 — 9:30 Opening.
10:30-11:00 — Coffee Break.
11:00-13:05 — Session 1: Social Media and their Cultural Effects. Chair: Ramón Hermoso.
- 11:00-11:25 Constantinos Djouvas, Antri Antoniou and Nicolas Tsapatsoulis. Improving Social Vote Recommendation in VAAs: The Effects of Political Profile Augmentation and Classification Method.
- 11:25-11:50 Vassilis Poulopoulos, Costas Vassilakis, Manolis Wallace, Angela Antoniou and George Lepouras. The Effect of Social Media Trending Topics Related to Cultural Venues' Content.
- 11:50-12:15 Laura Po and Federica Rollo. Building an Urban Theft Map by Analyzing Newspaper Crime Reports.
- 12:15-12:40 Nyoman Juniarta, Miguel Couceiro, Amedeo Napoli and Chedy Raïssi. Sequence Mining within Formal Concept Analysis for Analyzing Visitor Trajectories.
- 12:40-13:05 Laura H. Kahn. ¡Chévere! Text-Based Twitter Patterns from Venezuelan Food Shortages.
13:05-15:00 — Lunch
15:00-16:15 — Session 2: Recognition and Neural Networks. Chair: Sébastien Laborie.
- 15:00-15:25 Nikolaos Vryzas, Lazaros Vrysis, Rigas Kotsakis and Charalampos Dimoulas. Speech Emotion Recognition Adapted to Multimodal Semantic Repositories.
- 15:25-15:50 Eirini Mathe, Alexandros Mitsou, Evaggelos Spyrou and Phivos Mylonas. Arm Gesture Recognition using a Convolutional Neural Network.
- 15:50-16:15 Borja Varela-Brea, Martín López-Nores, Yolanda Blanco-Fernández, José Juan Pazos-Arias, Alberto Gil-Solla and Manuel Ramos-Cabrer. Deep Guessing: Generating Meaningful Personalized Quizzes on Historical Topics by Introducing Wikicategories in Doc2Vec.
16:15-16:45 — Coffee break
16:45-18:00 — Session 3: Image and Video Processing. Chair: Genoveva Vargas-Solar.
- 16:45-17:10 Jakub Kubanyi, Patrik Hlavac, Jakub Simko and Maria Bielikova. Towards Automated Web Navigation and Search Skill Assessment: An Eye-tracking Study on the Skill Differences.
- 17:10-17:35 Panos K. Papadopoulos, Maria G. Koziri, Nikos Tziritas, Thanasis Loukopoulos, Ioannis Anagnostopoulos, Petr Šaloun and David Andrešić. On the Evaluation of Coarse Grained Parallelism in AV1 Video Coding.
- 17:35-18:00 Argyris Argyrou, Stamatios Giannoulakis and Nicolas Tsapatsoulis. Topic Modelling on Instagram Hashtags: An Alternative Way to Automatic Image Annotation?
18:00-19:00 — Steering Committee Meeting
Friday, 7th September 2018
9:00-11:05 — Session 4: Recommendation Systems and Semantic Modeling. Chair: María Bielikova.
- 9:00-9:25 Ramón Hermoso, Sergio Ilarri and Raquel Trillo-Lado. Proactive Mobile CARS in Action: A First Step Towards Making Sense of Context Rules.
- 9:25-9:50 Yannick Naudet, Bereket Abera Yilma and Hervé Panetto. Personalisation in Cyber Physical and Social Systems: The Case of Recommendations in Cultural Heritage Spaces.
- 9:50-10:15 Abderrahim Lakehal, Adel Alti, Sébastien Laborie and Philippe Roose. Ontology-based Context-aware Recommendation Approach for Dynamic Situations Enrichment.
- 10:15-10:40 Sergio Ilarri and Manuel Herrero. Towards the Implementation of a Push-Based Recommendation Architecture.
- 10:40-11:05 Andreas Arens-Volland, Benjamin Gateau and Yannick Naudet. Semantic Modeling for Personalized Dietary Recommendation.
11:05-11:30 — Coffee Break.
11:30-12:45 — Session 5: Linked Data and Analytics. Chair: Laura Po.
- Special Session: Navigation and Understanding of Big Linked Data
- 11:30-11:55 Panagiotis-Marios Filippidis, Charalampos Dimoulas, Charalampos Bratsas and Andreas Veglis. A Unified Semantic Sports Concepts Classification as a Key Device for Multidimensional Sports Analysis.
- 11:55-12:20 Charalampos Bratsas, Panagiotis-Marios Filippidis, Sotirios Karampatakis and Lazaros Ioannidis. Developing a Scientific Knowledge Graph Through Conceptual Linking of Academic Classifications.
- 12:20-12:45 Genoveva Vargas-Solar, José-Luis Zechinelli-Martini and Javier-Alfonso Espinosa-Oviedo. Computing Query Sets for Better Exploring Raw Data Collections.
13:00-15:00 — Lunch
16:00-16:20 — SMAP 2019 presentation (Nicolas Tsapatsoulis)
16:20-16:40 — Closing
18:30 — Visit to the Aljafería Palace
- More information about the palace is available here. Please, if you would like to attend to the visit, then go to the main door of the palace at 18:25.
Keynote 1 - Industrial Talk. Real Uses Cases for Semantic and Social Media Adaptation and Personalization in Different Sectors of the Industry, Rafael del Hoyo, Instituto Tecnológico de Aragón (ITAINNOVA).
Abstract: Currently Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a trending topic, however it has become a word used for many and diverse technologies. The personalization of content, social networks and the recommendation as part of the AI, are new tools that are already being used in multiple sectors of the industry. In this talk we will analyse in our experience different real uses cases in different industrial sectors, with specific examples where ITAINNOVA has participated.
Bio of the speaker: Rafael del Hoyo has a Bachelor in Physical Sciences and he is a Doctor in Artificial Intelligence by the University of Zaragoza. He previously taught subjects related to Artificial Intelligence and Big Data at the University of Zaragoza. Currently, he combines his work as responsible of the Big Data and Cognitive Group at ITAINNOVA with his teaching at the University of San Jorge, where he teaches Intelligent Systems, AI for videogames, and Information Systems. He is enthusiastic about teamwork and a technology lover, passionate about its possibilities and the opportunities that ICTs can offer to industrial companies. His main interests focus on how Big Data and artificial intelligence can be applied in companies, convinced that both technologies will completely revolutionize companies and generate new business models. He has participated in many European, national and private projects, as well as in national and international conferences in the field of ICT.
Keynote 2 - Research Talk. Trendy Practices and Tools in Ontological Engineering, María Poveda, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid.
Abstract: The increasing uptake of semantic technologies is giving the ontologies the opportunity to be treated as first-class citizens within software development projects. Together with the deserved visibility and attention that ontologies are getting, it comes the responsibility for ontology development teams to combine their activities with software development practices as seamless as possible. In this presentation some practices, tools and examples of new trends in ontological engineering will be provided.
Bio of the speaker: María Poveda-Villalón is a postdoctoral researcher at Ontology Engineering Group of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. Her research activities focus on Ontological Engineering, Ontology Evaluation, Knowledge Representation and the Semantic Web. Previously she finished her studies in Computer Science (2009) by Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, and then she moved to study the Artificial Intelligence Research Master finished in 2010 in the same university. She has collaborated during research stays with Mondeca (París, France) in 2013, the Free University of Berlin in 2012 and the University of Liverpool in 2011. She has worked in the context of Spanish research projects as well as in European projects. Currently she is involved in the European project VICINITY (Open virtual neighbourhood network to connect IoT infrastructures and smart objects), an ETSI project to extend the SAREF ontology and is part of the W3C Web of Things Working Group. She has attended international conferences and co-organized the "4th Linked Data in Architecture and Construction Workshop (LDAC2016)", the "13th OWL: Experiences and Directions Workshop and 5th OWL reasoner evaluation workshop" and the "Linked Energy Data Vocamp".