Antonio Zilli

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This paper aims to demonstrate that ties obtained by mining e-mails archives do not necessarily provide a complete and realistic approximation of interactions by other communication media. The results of our project indicate that factors such as co-location and the nature of working relationships influence the preference for face-to-face interactions and(More)
Ontology-based modelling is becoming increasingly important in the design of complex knowledge management applications. However , many problems related to large-scale ontology development, deployment and collaborative maintenance of related metadata still remain to be solved. Making online modifications to an ontology whose concepts are simultaneously being(More)
Recently, researchers have started analyzing e-mail archives of individuals and groups as an approximation of social ties. However it can be hard to obtain complete e-mail archives covering all exchanges between a group of individuals. Frequently, only e-mailboxes of a subset of the analyzed actors are available for analysis. In this project we report on(More)
ABsTrAcT The Semantic Web approach based on the ontological representation of knowledge domains seems very useful for improving document management practices, the formal and machine-mediated communication among people and work team and supports knowledge based productive processes. The effectiveness of a semantic information management system is set by the(More)
confidentiality. Cryptographers developed a theoretical solution more than 25 years ago: secure multiparty computation. According to this concept, multiple parties compute a function on their joint confidential input. Each party learns the result but nothing else about the other parties' inputs. The " Secure Multiparty Computation " sidebar describes this(More)