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RML: A Generic Language for Integrated RDF Mappings of Heterogeneous Data
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This paper introduces the rml mapping language, a generic language based on an extension over r2rml, the w3c standard for mapping relational databases into rdf. Expand
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Multimedia Lab $@$ ACL WNUT NER Shared Task: Named Entity Recognition for Twitter Microposts using Distributed Word Representations
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We present a semisupervised system that detects 10 types of named entities in Twitter microposts and use a neural network to classify them. Expand
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MPEG-21: Goals and Achievements
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MPEG-21 is an open standards-based framework for multimedia delivery and consumption. Expand
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Flexible macroblock ordering in H.264/AVC
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Flexible macroblock ordering (FMO) is the most striking new tool for error resilience within the H.264/AVC specification. Expand
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The MPEG-21 Book
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A semantic rule checking environment for building performance checking
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This paper gives a short overview of IFC as a language, compared to the functionality of languages deployed in the semantic web domain. Expand
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Assessing Quality of Experience of IPTV and Video on Demand Services in Real-Life Environments
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The ever growing bandwidth in access networks, in combination with IPTV and video on demand (VoD), opens up unlimited possibilities to the users. Expand
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Using topic models for Twitter hashtag recommendation
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We propose a novel method for unsupervised and content-based hashtag recommendation for tweets. Expand
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Web-Scale Querying through Linked Data Fragments
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We introduce Linked Data Fragments, a publishing method that allows e cient o oading of query execution from servers to clients through a lightweight partitioning strategy, allowing querying to scale reliably to much larger numbers of clients. Expand
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R&Wbase: git for triples
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We introduce R&Wbase, a new approach for reading and writing triples by applying distributed version control principles. Expand
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