Gloria Chatzopoulou

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Relational database systems are becoming increasingly popular in the scientific community to support the interactive exploration of large volumes of data. In this scenario, users employ a query interface (typically, a web-based client) to issue a series of SQL queries that aim to analyze the data and mine it for interesting information. First-time users,(More)
Being popular in YouTube is becoming a fundamental way of promoting one's self, services or products. In this paper, we conduct an in depth study of fundamental properties of video popularity in YouTube. We collect and study arguably the largest dataset of YouTube videos, roughly 37 million, accounting for 25% of all YouTube videos. We analyze(More)
This demonstration presents QueRIE, a recommender system that supports interactive database exploration. This system aims at assisting non-expert users of scientific databases by tracking their querying behavior and generating personalized query recommendations. The system is supported by two recommendation engines and the underlying recommendation(More)
Interactive database exploration is a key task in information mining. However, users who lack SQL expertise or familiarity with the database schema face great difficulties in performing this task. To aid these users, we developed the QueRIE system for personalized query recommendations. QueRIE continuously monitors the user’s querying behavior and finds(More)
This demonstration presents QueRIE, a recommender system that supports interactive database exploration. This system aims at assisting non-expert users of scientific databases by generating personalized query recommendations. Drawing inspiration from Web recommender systems, QueRIE tracks the querying behavior of each user and identifies potentially(More)
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