Irena Holubová

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In this paper, we announce the development of Neural Monkey – an open-source neural machine translation (NMT) and general sequence-to-sequence learning system built over the TensorFlow machine learning library. The system provides a high-level API tailored for fast prototyping of complex architectures with multiple sequence encoders and decoders. Models’(More)
Since XML becomes a crucial format for representing information, it is necessary to establish techniques for managing XML documents. A possible solution can be found in storing XML data in (object-)relational databases. For this purpose most of the existing techniques often exploit an XML schema of the stored XML data, usually expressed in DTD. But the more(More)
The vast majority of applications consider generic notion of trust of a person to others, which is not restricted to any particular context or situation. Motivated by the financial scenario consuming data from distributed sources on the Web, we argue that we (as information consumers) cannot trust the information publishers or authors in general, however,(More)
In the recent years a new type of NoSQL databases, called graph databases (GDBs), has gained significant popularity due to the increasing need of processing and storing data in the form of a graph. The objective of this paper is a research on possibilities and limitations of GDBs and conducting an experimental comparison of selected GDB implementations. For(More)
As the XML has become a standard for data representation, it is inevitable to propose and implement techniques for efficient managing of XML data. A natural alternative is to exploit features of (object-)relational database systems, i.e. to rely on their long theoretical and practical history. The main concern of such techniques is the choice of an(More)
XML technologies have undoubtedly become a standard for data representation and manipulation and are widely used in various spheres of human activities. Thus it is inevitable to propose and implement efficient techniques for managing and processing XML data. A natural alternative is to exploit tools and functions offered by relational database systems.(More)
In this paper we focus on a specific class of XML schema inference approaches – so-called heuristic approaches. Contrary to grammar-inferring approaches, their result does not belong to any specific class of grammars and, hence, we cannot say anything about their features from the point of view of theory of languages. However, the heuristic approaches still(More)