Alternate and Other Tracks Sessions

Alternate tracks

Cognitive Computing
Wednesday April 25th – 11:00am-12:20pm – Cognitive Computing I
  • AI Cognition in Searching for Relevant Knowledge from Scholarly Big Data, Using a Multi-layer Perceptron and Recurrent Convolutional Neural Network Model
  • A framework for human-in-the-loop monitoring of concept-drift detection in event log stream
  • Analyzing and Predicting Emoji Usages in Social Media
  • Automatic Hierarchical Table of Contents Generation for Educational Videos
  • The Grass is Greener on the Other Side: Understanding the Effects of Green Spaces on Twitter User Sentiments
Wednesday April 25th – 1:40pm-3:00pm – Cognitive Computing II
  • Lifecycle-Based Event Detection from Microblogs
  • Human-Guided Flood Mapping: From Experts to the Crowd
  • Human-level multiple choice question guessing without domain knowledge: Machine-learning of framing effects.
  • A NeuRetrieval Model for Human-Computer Conversation
Wednesday April 25th – 3:40pm-5:00pm – Cognitive Computing III
  • How to improve the answering effectiveness in Pay-for-Knowledge Community: An exploratory application of Intelligent QA System
  • Region-wise Ranking of Sports Players based on Link Fusion
  • Measuring the Impact of Topic Drift in Scholarly Networks
Thursday April 26th – 11:00am-12:20pm – Cognitive Computing IV
  • PersuAIDE ! An Adaptive Persuasive Text Generation System for Fashion Domain
  • When E-commerce Meets Social Media: Identifying Business on WeChat Moment Using Bilateral-Attention LSTM
  • Disease Tracking in GCC Region Using Arabic Language Tweets
  • Learning Procedures from Text: Codifying How-to Procedures in Deep Neural Networks
  • Pain Prediction in Humans using Human Brain Activity Data
Thursday April 26th – 1:40pm-3:00pm – Cognitive Computing V
  • Making the Most Cost-effective Decision in Online Paid Q&A Community: An Expert Recommender System with Motivation Modeling and Knowledge Pricing
  • Discovering Connotations as Labels for Weakly Supervised Image-Sentence Data
  • Perceiving Commercial Activeness Over Satellite Images
  • Netizen-Style Commenting on Fashion Photos: Dataset and Diversity Measures
Thursday April 26th – 3:40pm-5:00pm – Cognitive Computing VI
  • Learning the Chinese Sentence Representation with LSTM Autoencoder
  • Activity-Based Mobility Profiling: A Purely Temporal Modeling Approach
  • Closing Remarks – The Web Conference 2019 Cognitive Computing Track
Wednesday April 25th – 11:00am-12:20pm – Industry I
  • Better Caching in Search Advertising Systems with Rapid Refresh Predictions
  • Attribution Inference for Digital Advertising using Inhomogeneous Poisson Models
  • Beyond Keywords and Relevance: A Personalized Ad Retrieval Framework in E-Commerce Sponsored Search
  • Attention Convolutional Neural Network for Advertiser-Level CTR Forecasting
Wednesday April 25th – 1:40pm-3:00pm – Industry II
  • Discovering Progression Stages in Trillion-Scale Behavior Logs
  • Identifying Modes of User Engagement with Online News and Their Relationship to Information Gain in Text
  • DKN: Deep Knowledge-Aware Network for News Recommendation
  • Pixie: A system for Recommending 3+ Billion Items to 200+ Million Users in Real-Time
Wednesday April 25th – 3:40pm-5:00pm – Industry III
  • Unveiling a Socio-Economic System in a Virtual World: A Case Study of an MMORPG
  • No Silk Road for Online Gamers!: Using Social Network Analysis to Unveil Black Markets in Online Games
  • CrimeBB: Enabling Cybercrime Research on Underground Forums at Scale
Thursday April 26th – 11:00am-12:20pm – Industry IV
  • A Cross-Platform Consumer Behavior Analysis of Large-Scale Mobile Shopping Data
  • Modeling Dynamic Competition on Crowdfunding Markets
  • A Feature-Oriented Sentiment Rating for Mobile App Reviews
Thursday April 26th – 1:40pm-3:00pm – Industry V
  • Towards Automatic Numerical Cross-Checking: Extracting Formulas from Text
  • PhotoReply: Automatically Suggesting Conversational Responses to Photos
  • Hidden in Plain Sight: Classifying Emails Using Embedded Image Contents
Thursday April 26th – 3:40pm-5:00pm – Industry VI
  • Mining E-Commerce Query Relations using Customer Interaction Networks
  • Learning to Collaborate: Multi-Scenario Ranking via Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning
  • HTTP/2 Prioritization and its Impact on Web Performance
International Project
Wednesday April 25th – 11:00am-12:20pm – International Project I
  • Panel: Next Generation Internet
Wednesday April 25th – 1:40pm-3:00pm – International Project II
  • From MultiJEDI to MOUSSE: Two ERC Projects for Innovating Multilingual Disambiguation and Semantic Parsing of Text
  • CEDAR: Semantic Web Technology to Support Open Science
Wednesday April 25th – 3:40pm-5:00pm – International Project III
  • SoBigData: Social Mining & Big Data Ecosystem
  • Panel: International Projects
Thursday April 26th – 11:00am-12:20pm – International Project IV
  • Copernicus App Lab: A Platform for Easy Data Access Connecting the Scientific Earth Observation Community with Mobile Developers
  • Linked Data for Production (LD4P): A Multi-Institutional Approach to Technical Services Transformation
Thursday April 26th – 1:40pm-3:00pm – International Project V
  • FIESTA-IoT Project: Federated Interoperable Semantic IoT/cloud Testbeds and Applications
  • Domain-specific Insight Graph (DIG)
Thursday April 26th – 3:40pm-5:00pm – International Project VI
  • Information Recall Support for Elderly People in Hyper Aged Societies
  • AFEL – Analytics for Everyday Learning
Journal Paper
Wednesday April 25th – 11:00am-12:20pm – Journal Paper I
  • DL-Learner – A Framework for Inductive Learning on the Semantic Web
  • Building knowledge maps of Web graphs
  • Graph Aggregation
  • Comparing sampling methods analytically for graph size estimation
Wednesday April 25th – 1:40pm-3:00pm – Journal Paper II
  • Semantics-aware Recommender Systems Exploiting Linked Open Data and Graph-based Features
  • Processing Social Media Messages in Mass Emergency: Survey Summary
  • Surviving the Web: A Journey into Web Session Security
  • How to Assess and Rank User-Generated Content on Web?
Wednesday April 25th – 3:40pm-5:00pm – Journal Paper III
  • HARE: An Engine for Enhancing Answer Completeness of SPARQL Queries via Crowdsourcing
  • Presenting and Preserving the Change in Taxonomic Knowledge for Linked Data
  • COEVOLVE: A Joint Point Process Model for Information Diffusion and Network Co-evolution
  • Joint Label Inference in Networks
Journalism, Misinformation and Fact Checking
Wednesday April 25th – 11:00am-12:20pm – Journalism, Misinformation and Fact Checking I
  • PANEL: The effects of “Fake News” on Journalism and Democracy
  • Relevant Document Discovery for Fact-Checking Articles
  • Online Misinformation: Challenges and Future Directions
Wednesday April 25th – 1:40pm-3:00pm – Journalism, Misinformation and Fact Checking II
  • Fake News Detection in Social Networks via Crowd Signals
  • A Structured Response to Misinformation: Defining and Annotating Credibility Indicators in News Articles
  • Satire or Fake News? Social Media Consumers Socio-Demographics Decide
  • Selection Bias in News Coverage: Learning it, Fighting it
  • Misleading or Falsification? Inferring Deceptive Strategies and Types in Online News and Social Media
Wednesday April 25th – 3:40pm-5:00pm – Journalism, Misinformation and Fact Checking III
  • Illuminating the ecosystem of partisan websites
  • From Alt-Right to Alt-Rechts: Twitter Analysis of the 2017 German Federal Election
  • Exploring Entity-centric Networks in Entangled News Streams
  • A Content Management Perspective on Fact-Checking
  • Detect Rumor and Stance Jointly by Neural Multi-task Learning
The BIG Web
Monday April 23th – 9:00am-10:20am – The BIG Web I
  • Opening: Evgeniy Gabrilovich, Kira Radinsky, Kuansan Wang (BIG Web co-chairs)
  • Keynote 1: Alessandro Vespignani (Northeastern)
  • Doctor AI – Interpretable Deep Learning Methods for modeling Electronic Health Records
Monday April 23th – 11:00am-12:20pm – The BIG Web II
  • Of Nets and Neighbors: making ML systems correctable in production
  • Fine-grained Video Attractiveness Prediction Using Multimodal Deep Learning on a Large Real-world Dataset
  • Urban Perception of Commercial Activeness from Satellite Images and Streetscapes
Monday April 23th – 1:40pm-3:00pm – The BIG Web III
  • Empowering the Quantum Revolution
  • Applying Machine Learning to next generation Networks for Threat Detection, Cognitive and Predictive Analytics
  • Challenges and Innovations in Building a Product Knowledge Graph
Monday April 23th – 3:40pm-5:00pm – The BIG Web IV
  • PANEL: Machine learning in the medicine program
Tuesday April 24th – 9:00am-10:20am – The BIG Web V
  • Keynote 2: Jon Kleinberg (Cornell)
  • The European Science Cloud: from vision to reality
Tuesday April 24th – 11:00am-12:20pm – The BIG Web VI
  • Positivity Bias in Customer Satisfaction Ratings
  • Anomaly Detection with Partially Observed Anomalies
  • Automated Extractions for Machine Generated Mail
  • Post Purchase Search Engine Marketing
Tuesday April 24th – 1:40pm-3:00pm – The BIG Web VII
  • Efficient Evaluation of Interactive Systems with Theoretical Guarantees
  • Discovering Polygamous Relationships in Spatio-Temporal Datasets
  • Teaching Machines to understand natural Language
Tuesday April 24th – 3:40pm-5:00pm – The BIG Web VIII
  • Machine Learning Practice: How to Make a Machine Learning Strategy
  • Speech and Language to AI Evolution
Web Programming
Friday April 27th – 11:00am-12:20pm – Web Programming I
  • Invited talk: Static Analysis Challenges in Web Programming
  • Tierless Web programming in the large
  • JSExplain: a Double Debugger for JavaScript
  • FAUST Domain Specific Audio DSP language compiled to WebAssembly
Friday April 27th – 1:40pm-3:00pm – Web Programming II
  • Language-integrated queries: a BOLDR approach
  • PixieDust: Declarative Incremental User Interface Rendering through Static Dependency Tracking
  • A Better Facet of Dynamic Information Flow Control
  • A Formal Semantics of the Core DOM in Isabelle/HOL

Other tracks

Friday April 27th – 11:00am-12:20pm – Challenges I
  • Financial Opinion Mining and Question Answering
  • Learning to Recognise Musical Genre from Audio
Friday April 27th – 1:40pm-3:00pm – Challenges II
  • Knowledge Extraction for the Web of Things (KE4WoT)
  • Question Answering Mediated by Visual Clues and Knowledge Graphs
Thursday April 26th – 11:00am-12:20pm – Developers I
  • Surfing the API Web: Web Concepts
  • Exploiting Web API Documentations for Generating User Interfaces
  • Linked Specifications, Test Suites, and Implementation Reports
  • Transforming the JSON Output of SPARQL Queries for Linked Data Client
  • An Empirical Study of the Framework Impact on the Security of JavaScript Web Applications
Thursday April 26th – 1:40pm-3:00pm – Developers II
  • Components.js: A Semantic Dependency Injection Framework
  • Toward an open standard for WebAudio plugins
  • The Liquid User Experience API
  • Showing Promise: Prototyping a Server Push API With Service Worker and QUIC
  • What is in a Web View? An Analysis of Progressive Web App Features When the Means of Web Access is not a Web Browser
Local Ecosystem
Friday April 27th – 11:00am-12:20pm – Local Ecosystem I
  • The Web and the war for attention: how shall we get our children prepared?
Friday April 27th – 11:00am-12:20pm – Local Ecosystem II
  • Decentralizing the Web, but not without decentralizing the AI
Friday April 27th – 1:40pm-3:00pm – Local Ecosystem III
  • Towards open IoT ecosystems: Ambition, Challenges & Opportunities
Wednesday April 25th – 1:40pm-3:00pm – Panels I
  • Panel on Cognitive Service Engineering
Wednesday April 25th – 3:40pm-5:00pm – Panels II
  • The shifting landscape of Web search and mining: past, present, and future
Friday April 27th – 1:40pm-3:00pm – Panels III
  • Structured Knowledge on the Web 7.0
PhD Symposium
Wednesday April 25th – 11:00am-12:20pm – PhD Symposium I
  • Web Performance Automation for The People
  • Modeling formation of online temporal communities
  • Detection of Strength and Causal Agents of Stress and Relaxation for tweets
  • Privacy Preserving Distributed Analysis of Social Networks
Wednesday April 25th – 1:40pm-3:00pm – PhD Symposium II
  • Concept Embedded Topic Modeling Technique
  • A User Centred Perspective on Structured Data Discovery
  • Automatic Translation of Competency Questions into SPARQL-OWL Queries
  • Query for streaming information: dynamic processing and incremental maintenance of RDF stream
Wednesday April 25th – 3:40pm-5:00pm – PhD Symposium III
  • Compromised account detection based on clickstream data
  • Truth or Lie ? Automatically fact checking news
  • Monetization Strategies for the Web of Data
  • Mining the Web of Life Sciences Linked Open Data for Mechanism-Based Pharmacovigilance
W3C – Highlights of Web Standards
Friday April 27th – 11:00am-12:20pm – W3C – Highlights of Web Standards
  • Invited talk 1: New Trends on the Web Platform (Kenneth Rohde Christiansen, Intel)
  • Invited talk 2: Faster Web – WebAssembly (Eric Prud’hommeaux, W3C)
  • Invited talk 3: WebXR: Bringing immersivity to the Web (Dominique Hazael-Massieux, W3C)
  • Invited talk 4: The Web of Things for Industrial System Integration (Victor Charpenary, Siemens)
W3C – The Next Big Thing of Web: Future Web Outlook
Friday April 27th – 1:40pm-3:00pm – W3C – The Next Big Thing of Web: Future Web Outlook
  • Invited talk 5: Social Web Protocols and the Foundations of Trust (Sandro Hawke, MIT)
  • Invited talk 6: From Big Search to Intelligent Search (Shengwen Yang, Baidu)
  • Panel Discussion: Ready for the Future Web?
W3C – Tutorials
Monday April 23th – 9:00am-5:00pm – W3C – Tutorials I
  • Data Visualization for the Web (full day)
Tuesday April 24th – 9:00am-12:20pm – W3C – Tutorials II
  • Media advances on the Web Platform
Tuesday April 24th – 1:40pm-5:00pm – W3C – Tutorials III
  • WebAudio : audio effects and musical instruments in the browser
Web History
Friday April 27th – 11:00am-12:20pm – Web History I
  • Invited talk 1: Bebo White
  • Invited talk 2: Jean-François Abramatic
  • Invited talk 3: Prof. Dame Wendy Hall
Friday April 27th – 1:40pm-3:00pm – Web History II
  • Testimonies
  • Question / Answer