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The First International Workshop on Searching and Integrating New Web Data Sources (VLDS 2011) will take place on September 2nd, as a satellite event of VLDB 2011 in Seattle, WA, USA....

The First International Workshop on Searching and Integrating New Web Data Sources (VLDS 2011) will take place on September 2nd, as a satellite event of VLDB 2011 in Seattle, WA, USA.

The goal of this workshop is to gather researchers and practitioners in the diverse fields related to data integration and search applications on the web at the purpose of discussing innovative strategies for combining search facilities with integration aspects for Web data sources.

The workshop represents a unique venue for discussing all the aspects related to the implementation, publication, and orchestration of services over new Web data sources, the most suitable paradigms to improve the user experience in context, as well as the application scenarios which may better benefit of these new technologies, including enterprise applications, recommender systems, and social search.

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    • V E R Y L A R G E D A T A S E A R C H
      First International Workshop on Searching and Integrating New Web Data Sources
      Colocated with VLDB 2011
      September 2nd, Seattle, WA, USA
      Fabio Casati
      University of Trento
      casati@disi.unitn.itfabiocasati
      sphoebs
      Marco Brambilla
      Politecnico di Milano
      marco.brambilla@polimi.it
      marcobrambi marcobrambi
      Stefano Ceri
      Politecnico di Milano
      stefano.ceri@polimi.it
      stefanoceri searchcomputing
    • Welcome!
      2
      First edition of this workshop
      Aim: discussing innovative strategies for combining search facilities with integration aspects for Web data sources
      Papers and program available at:
      http://vlds2011.search-computing.org
      Twitter hashtag:#vlds2011
    • Agenda
      3
    • Detailed Agenda - morning
      8:30-9:30 Opening and Academic Keynote
      Hector Garcia-Molina (Stanford University): Information Seeking: Convergence of Search, Recommendations and Advertising
      9:30-10:10 Personal and Social Search
      Sara Cohen(Hebrew University of Jerusalem), Benny Kimelfeld, Georgia Koutrika and Jan Vondrak (IBM Research – Almaden): On Principles of Egocentric Person Search in Social Networks
      AtsuyukiMorishima, Norihide Shinagawa and Shoji Mochizuki (University of Tsukuba):The Power of Integrated Abstraction for Data-Centric Human/Machine Computations
      Coffee Break
      10:40-12:00 Data Extraction and Linking
      SilvanaCastano, Alfio Ferrara and Stefano Montanelli (UniversitàdegliStudidi Milano): Thematic Exploration of Linked Data
      VarishMulwad, Tim Finin and Anupam Joshi (University of Maryland): Generating Linked Data by Inferring the Semantics of Tables
      Lorenzo Blanco, ValterCrescenzi, Paolo Merialdo and Paolo Papotti (Universitàdi Roma 3): Contextual Data Extraction and Instance-Based Integration
      François Goasdoué, KonstantinosKaranasos, YannisKatsis, JulienLeblay, IoanaManolescu and StamatisZampetakis (INRIA Saclay and LRI, Université Paris-Sud): Growing Triples on Trees: an XML-RDF Hybrid Model for Annotated Documents
      Lunch
      4
    • Detailed agenda - afternoon
      13:30 – 14:10 Industrial Keynote
      Alon Halevy, Google:Towards an Eco-System of Structured Data on the Web
      14:10 – 15:10: Using Ranking for Selection, Visualization, and Valorization
      Maria Christoforaki, IvieErunse and Cong Yu (New York University): Searching Social Updates for Topic-centric Entities
      Brent Wenerstrom and MehmedKantardzic (Duthie Center for Engineering, Lousville): Enhanced Visualization for Web-Based Summaries
      Laura ErnestaBonetti, Sofia Ceppi and Nicola Gatti (Politecnico di Milano): Designing a Revenue Mechanism for Federated Search Engines
      Coffee Break
      15:30 – 16:30 New and News Applications
      Alessandro Bozzon, Luca Cioria, PieroFraternali and Maristella Matera (Politecnico di Milano): Dynamic Visualizations for Multi-Domain Search Results
      Alessandro Bozzon, ChiaraPasini, Luca Tettamanti, Salvatore Vadacca (Politecnico di Milano), Tim Furche and Giorgio Orsi (Oxford University): Search Computing Meets Data Extraction
      Annie Louis (University of Pennsylvania), Eric Crestan (Microsoft), YoussefBillawala, RaoShen, Fernando Diaz and Jean-Francois Crespo (Yahoo Lans): Use of Query Similarity for Improving Presentation of News Verticals
       
      16:30- 17:00 Closing Discussion on Very Large Data Search (animated by the Workshop Organizers)
      5
    • Program Committee
      6
      Boualem Benatallah, UNSW Sydney
      Paolo Boldi, Università Statale di Milano
      Tevfik Bultan, UC Santa Barbara
      Paolo Castagna, Talis
      Tiziana Catarci, Univ. La Sapienza di Roma
      Florian Daniel, Universitàdi Trento
      Arjen P. De Vries, CWI Amsterdam
      Marlon Dumas, University of Tartu
      SchahramDustdar, Vienna Univ. of Tech.
      Georg Gottlob, Oxford University
      VagelisHristidis, Florida Int. University
      Christian Konig, Microsoft
      Ioana Manolescu, INRIA
      Norman Paton, Manchester University
      Gabriella Pasi, Università Mi-Bicocca
      Fabian Suchanek, INRIA
      Gerhard Weikum, MPI Saarbruken
    • Stats
      21 submissions
      Authors from 8 countries
      Bangladesh, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Japan, Mexico, UK, USA, Singapore, Spain, Taiwan
      12 accepted papers (57%)
      7
    • Logistics
      8
      20 minutes per paper
      15 min talk,
      5 min Q&A after every paper
      Open discussions at the end of the workshop
      trend and challenges
      Possible target: joint publication (position paper, SIGMOD record, ...) on the outcomes
      We collect presentations from the authors, will be available on the workshop web site
    • Vision for the Future
      9
      A community for large data integration and search for the Web
      A selection of papers to be published in upcoming Springer book collecting works from 5 related workshops
      Repeat the workshop next years
      Co-chairs (self)proposal welcome
      Suggestions on workshop and paper format welcome
    • First International Workshop on Searching and Integrating
      New Web Data Sources
      Thanks for joining
      Fabio Casati
      Politecnico di Milano
      casati@unitn.itfabiocasati
      Marco Brambilla
      Politecnico di Milano
      marco.brambilla@polimi.it
      marcobrambi marcobrambi
      Stefano Ceri
      Politecnico di Milano
      stefano.ceri@polimi.it
      stefanoceri searchcomputing