Vuk Milicic

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Social platforms constantly record streams of heterogeneous data about human's activities, feelings, emotions and conversations opening a window to the world in real-time. Trends can be computed but making sense out of them is an extremely challenging task due to the heterogeneity of the data and its dynamics making often short-lived phenomena. We develop a(More)
An ever increasing amount of event-centric knowledge is spread over multiple social services, either materialized as calendar of events or illustrated by media items shared by people. Crawling data and mining in real-time events connection between these heterogeneous services is a key challenge to enhance events views. In this paper, we present Event-Media,(More)
In this paper, we present a research prototype for creating geographic summaries using the whereabouts of Foursquare users. Exploiting the density of the venue types in a particular region, the system adds a layer over any typical cartography geographic maps service, creating a first glance summary over the venues sampled from the Foursquare knowledge base.(More)
Social networks play an increasingly important role for sharing media items related to human's activities, feelings, emotions and conversations opening a window to the world in real-time. However, these images and videos are spread over multiple social networks. In this paper, we first describe a so-called media server that collect recent images and videos(More)
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