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LocWeb 2014 Workshop at CIKM

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Slides from the 4th International Workshop on Location and the Web at CIKM, Shanghai.
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LocWeb 2014 Workshop at CIKM

  1. 1. LocWeb 2014 4th International Workshop on Location and the Web at CIKM 2014 Shanghai, China 31.2018 N,121.4440 E
  2. 2. Organizers Dirk Ahlers NTNU Trondheim, Norway Bruno Martins University of Lisbon, IST and INESC-ID Lisbon, Portugal Erik Wilde Siemens Berkeley, USA
  3. 3. Motivation • The Web is the largest information system in the world • Location gives orientation in the physical world • Their combination helps us to understand the world
  4. 4. LocWeb 2014 • Location-aware information access • Cross-cutting issues in Web research – Search, retrieval, analytics, mining, extraction, mobility, apps, services, systems • Interdisciplinary perspective • Discuss and develop the role of location
  5. 5. Topics • Location-Aware Information Access • Geospatial Web Search • Location-Based Services • Geospatial Web Analytics • Geospatial Visual Analytics • Location-Aware Data Mining • Location-Aware Text Processing • Location-Based Entity Retrieval • Conflation, Merging, Integration • Location-Based Recommendation • Place Semantics • Lifecycle of Location Data • Modeling Location • Geo-Social Media and Systems • Location-Based Social Networks • Geo-Crowdsourcing • Map-Based Interfaces and Geospatial HCIR • Geospatial Awareness • Geospatial Applications • Mobile Search and Recommendation • Mobile Apps and Mobile Context • Mobility Data • Location-Aware Web-Scale Systems • Large Ecosystems • Location Standards
  6. 6. Programme Committee • Susanne Boll, University of Oldenburg, Germany • Keith Cheverst, Lancaster University, UK • Karen Church, Yahoo! Research, USA • Max Egenhofer, University of Maine, USA Claudia Hauff, Delft University, Netherlands • Andreas Henrich, University of Bamberg, Germany • Christopher Jones, Cardiff University, UK • Eric Kansa, Alexandria Archive Institute, USA • Carsten Kessler, CUNY, USA • Mareike Kritzler, Siemens, USA • Chandan Kumar, OFFIS, Germany • Vanessa Murdock, Bing, USA • Kjetil Nørvåg, NTNU, Norway • Clodoveu Davis Jr., Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil • Adrian Popescu, CEA LIST, France • Ross Purves, Universität Zürich, Switzerland • Daniele Quercia, Yahoo!Labs, Barcelona, Spain • Martin Raubal, ETH Zürich, Switzerland • Massimiliano Ruocco, NTNU, Norway • Johannes Schöning, Hasselt University, Belgium • Steven Schockaert, Cardiff University • Rainer Simon, AIT Austrian Institute for Technology • Arjen de Vries, CWI, Netherlands • Xing Xie, Microsoft Research Asia, China
  7. 7. PC on a Map
  8. 8. Paper Statistics • 3.125 reviews per paper
  9. 9. Author Groups Australia 2 Germany 1 Japan 1 Taiwan 1 United States 1
  10. 10. ACM DL • Proceedings will be in the ACM Digital Library • Papers will be linked on the workshop page Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Location and the Web (LocWeb2014) held at CIKM 2014. Dirk Ahlers, Erik Wilde, Bruno Martins (eds.), ACM, 2014.
  11. 11. Schedule 8:45 – 10:00 Session 1: Introduction and Keynote • Opening • Keynote: Two Ways of Thinking About Where People Go Vanessa Murdock 10:00 – 10:30 Coffee Break 10:30 – 12:00 Session 2: Indexing and Interfaces • Hybrid Quantized Resource Descriptions for Geospatial Source Selection Stefan Kufer and Andreas Henrich • Considering Common Data Model for Indoor Location-aware Services Long Niu, Shinsuke Matsumoto, Sachio Saiki and Masahide Nakamura • Automatic Zoom Level Prediction for Informal Location Descriptions Igor Tytyk and Timothy Baldwin 12:00 – 13:30 Lunch 13:30 – 15:00 Session 3: Processing and Understanding • Automatic Identification of Locative Expressions from Social Media Text: A Comparative Analysis Fei Liu, Maria Vasardani and Timothy Baldwin • On the Semantic Annotation of Daily Places: A Machine-Learning Approach Chih-Wei Chang, Yao-Chung Fan and Arbee Chen • HMM-based Address Parsing with Massive Synthetic Training Data Generation Xiang Li, Hakan Kardes, Xin Wang and Ang Sun 15:00 – 15:30 Coffee Break 15:30 – 17:00 Session 4: Discussion and Closing • Discussion on Open Questions • Closing Remarks
  12. 12. Keynote Two Ways of Thinking About Where People Go Vanessa Murdock
  13. 13. Session 2 Indexing and Interfaces Session 3 Processing and Understanding
  14. 14. Session 4 Discussion
  15. 15. Session Schedule • Demo • Open Issues • Discussion • Follow-up • Closing
  16. 16. Open Issues, broad • Your Comments and Suggestions? • Promote the connection with other communities – Within CS (e.g., NLP) and outside CS • Promote connection to W3C activities – Standards and models for location, mobility • Shared tasks and joint evaluation – E.g., TREC, MediaEVAL, … • Data Quality, conflation, enrichment, evaluation, user and query understanding, methods • Privacy Concerns
  17. 17. Open Issues, detailed • See separate slides `
  18. 18. Follow-up • http://dhere.de/locweb2014/ – Linking papers from ACM DL • Make slides available, please! – And send link • @locweb • #locweb2014 • #cikm2014 • Work on open issues
  19. 19. Keep in touch! LocWeb 2014 Shanghai, China 31.2018 N,121.4440 E http://dhere.de/locweb2014/ @locweb

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