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Pathway to SEASR Workshop in March 2009 in North Carolina

Pathway to SEASR Workshop in March 2009 in North Carolina

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  • the DISCUS project & SEASR Xavier Llorà1,2, David E. Goldberg1 & Michael Welge2 1Illinois Genetic Algorithms Lab, Department of Industrial and Enterprise Systems Engineering,! University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign! 2Data-Intensive Technologies and Applications, National Center for Supercomputing Applications, ! University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign!
  • The Vision •  Computers have become mediators of collaborations –  Email, chat rooms, blogs, wikis… –  A flood of available information –  Different modes of communication •  Let’s take advantage of such information –  Logs of conversations –  Archive of documents (email attachments, blogs, personal web pages…) –  Human-computer interactions –  Social aspect of the communication and collaboration –  Needs to work for multiple languages
  • The Project •  DISCUS started in 2003 as an IlliGAL & NCSA collaboration •  Supports innovation and creativity: DISCUS: Distributed Innovation and Scalable Collaboration in Uncertain Settings •  Basic research components –  Competent genetic algorithms (HBGA, iGA) –  Advance chance discovery components –  Adapt and expand the analysis of social interaction –  Efficient data mining techniques for conversations –  Develop a social network analysis for creativity and innovation processes the
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  • The Project •  Technology development –  Infrastructure to support creativity and innovation processes –  Reusable repositories of analytic components –  Standardize heterogeneous data storage to boost interoperability –  Create hooks for non-intrusive usage and deployment –  Rapid adaptation cycle to new technologies the
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  • Research and Commercial Partners •  Some research partners along the quot; way –  University of Illinois (IlliGAL, NCSA & CEE) –  University of Osaka –  University of Tokyo (School of Management, quot; School of Engineering) –  University of Kyushu •  Commercial partner –  Hakuhodo Inc and HOW –  Mazda –  Toyota
  • The Research Picture Analysis Data mining Social networks Content Knowledge management Social aspects the
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  • DISCUS in Action
  • Online Communities the
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  • Online Communities the
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  • Content Analysis the
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  • Social Network Analysis the
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  • Topic Overlap the
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  • Topic Dynamics the
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  • CSPAN •  CSPAN digital library –  Videos –  Transcripts –  Annotations •  Example of real-time analysis •  Crawling and results
  • Some Facts •  Number of document: 110,234 •  Number of persons: 78,915 •  Number of total sentences: 252,132 •  Number of total word: 2,034,209
  • Documents per Year 5000 500 Number of documents 50 100 10 5 1 1940 1960 1980 2000 Year
  • Number of words 1e+01 1e+02 1e+03 1e+04 1e+05 1940 Words per Year 1960 Year 1980 2000
  • the DISCUS project & SEASR Xavier Llorà1,2, David E. Goldberg1 & Michael Welge2 1Illinois Genetic Algorithms Lab, Department of Industrial and Enterprise Systems Engineering,! University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign! 2Data-Intensive Technologies and Applications, National Center for Supercomputing Applications, ! University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign!