Amelia Badica

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The Web has become a major source of information that is easily accessible at low cost by individual and business consumers. Logic wrappers are a new technology that was proposed to help automate the task of data extraction from the Web. In this paper we present an approach for efficiently implementing logic wrappers with the help of XSLT transformation(More)
In this paper we discuss the experimental evaluation of an improved configuration of our recent framework ACODA (Ant Colony Optimization on a Distributed Architecture) for solving the Traveling Salesman Problem (TSP). ACODA is a novel multi-agent system architecture for distributed Ant Colony Optimization in a decentralized environment. This new(More)
Collaboration workflows for human experts involved in distributed problem solving and acting in dynamic environments require advanced self-configuration mechanisms for optimal selection of service providers. Such dynamic environments, specific for example to problems like environmental management, disaster and crisis management, and high-risk project(More)
This paper presents an approach for applying inductive logic programming to information extraction from HTML documents structured as unranked ordered trees. We consider information extraction from Web resources that are abstracted as providing sets of tuples. Our approach is based on defining a new class of wrappers as a special class of logic programs –(More)