DeRiVE 2011 workshop opening

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Published on October 23, 2011

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Opening presentation of the DeRiVE workshop at ISWC 2011, October, Bonn, Germany

1st WORKSHOP ON DETECTION, REPRESENTATION AND EXPLOITATION OF EVENTSMarieke van Erp, Anthony Jameson and Raphaël TroncyWillem Robert van Hage and Laura Hollink23/10/2011 - 1st Workshop on Detection, Representation and Exploitation of Events - Bonn, Germany -1

Workshop Goals  Bring together researchers working on event detection, representation, and exploitation  Set some baselines for event detection, representation, exploitation  Collaboratively discuss:  Twitter conversation: #derive2011  http://titanpad.com/derive2011/  Have a good time23/10/2011 - 1st Workshop on Detection, Representation and Exploitation of Events - Bonn, Germany -2

Programme (1) Session 1: Event Modelling (09:10-10:30)  An Event-Based Approach to Describing and Understanding Museum Narratives Paul Mulholland, Annika Wolff, Trevor Collins, Zdenek Zdrahal  Publishing, Linking and Annotating Events via Interactive Timelines: an Earth Sciences Case Study Lianli Gao and Jane Hunter  A Logical Model of an Event Ontology for Exploring Connections in Historical Domains Ilaria Corda, Brandon Bennett, Vania Dimitrova  Using On-the-Fly Pattern Transformation to Serve Multi-Faceted Event Metadata Stasinos Konstantopoulos Discussion23/10/2011 - 1st Workshop on Detection, Representation and Exploitation of Events - Bonn, Germany -3

How can events be modeled andrepresented in the semantic web?  How can we improve the interoperability of the various event vocabularies such as EVENT, LODE, SEM, EventsML, and F?  How can aspects of existing event representations developed in other communities be adapted to the needs of the semantic web?  What are the requirements for event representations for qualitatively different types of events (e.g. historical events such as wars; cultural events such as upcoming concerts; personal events such as family vacations)?  To what extent can/should a unified event model be employed for such different types of events?23/10/2011 - 1st Workshop on Detection, Representation and Exploitation of Events - Bonn, Germany -4

Programme (2) Session 2: Event Detection (11:00-12:30)  Using Semantic Role Labeling to Extract Events from Wikipedia Peter Exner, Pierre Nugues  An Overview of Event Extraction from Text Frederik Hogenboom, Flavius Frasincar, Uzay Kaymak, Franciska de Jong  Crowdsourcing Event Detection in YouTube Videos Thomas Steiner, Ruben Verborgh, Michael Hausenblas  Clues of Personal Events in Online Photo Sharing Pierre Andrews, Jaiver Paniagua, Fausto Giunchiglia Discussion23/10/2011 - 1st Workshop on Detection, Representation and Exploitation of Events - Bonn, Germany -5

How can events be detected and extractedfor the semantic web?  How can events be recognized in particular types of material on the web, such as calendars of public events, social networks, micro blogging sites, semantic wikis, and normal web pages?  How can the quality and veracity of the events mentioned in noisy micro blogging sites such as Twitter be verified?  How can a system recognize when a newly detected event is the same as a previously detected and represented event?  How can a system recognize a complex event that comprises separately recognizable sub-events?23/10/2011 - 1st Workshop on Detection, Representation and Exploitation of Events - Bonn, Germany -6

Programme (3) Session 3: Event Exploitation (14:00-16:00)  New Forms of Interaction With Hierarchically Structured Events Sven Buschbeck, Anthony Jameson, Tanja Schneeberger  Linked Open Piracy Willem Robert van Hage, Véronique Malaisé, Marieke van Erp  Using Events for Content Appraisal and Selection in Web Archives Thomas Risse, Stefan Dietze, Diana Maynard, Nina Tahmasebi  Hacking History: Automatic Historical Event Extraction for Enriching Cultural Heritage Multimedia Collections Roxane Segers, Marieke van Erp, Lourens van der Meij, Lora Aroyo, Guus Schreiber, Bob Wielinga, Jacco van Ossenbruggen, Johan Oomen, Geertje Jacobs Discussion23/10/2011 - 1st Workshop on Detection, Representation and Exploitation of Events - Bonn, Germany -7

How can events be exploited for theprovision of new or improved services?  How can event representations be better exploited in support of activities like semantic annotation, semantic search, and semantically enhanced browsing?  What application areas for semantic technologies can benefit from an increased use of event representations?  How can we improve existing methods for visualizing event representations and enabling users to interact with them in semantic web user interfaces?  What requirements for event detection and representation methods are implied by advances in methods for exploiting events?23/10/2011 - 1st Workshop on Detection, Representation and Exploitation of Events - Bonn, Germany -8

Programme (4) Session 4: Challenge (16:30-18:00)  Challenge Introduction  100,000 events from Last.fm, Eventful, Upcoming in  Events Retrieval Using Enhanced Semantic Web Knowledge Pierre- Yves Vandenbussche, Charles Teissèdre  Domain-aware Matching of Events to DBpedia Kristian Slabbekoorn, Laura Hollink, Geert-Jan Houben  Fusion of Event Data Stream and Background Knowledge for Semantic-Enabled CEP Kia Teymourian, Malte Rohde, Ahmad Hassan-Haidar, Adrian Paschke Announcement challenge prize winner23/10/2011 - 1st Workshop on Detection, Representation and Exploitation of Events - Bonn, Germany -9

Looking ahead MediaEval Social Event Detection Task (2011)  7 participant 90 85,03 ANU-1 80 teams 71,64 66,16 75 ANU-2 70 65,68 ANU-3  2 challenge 60 CERTH-1 50 tasks CERTH-2 40 CERTH-3 30 CERTH-4 CERTH-5 20 10,13 Eurecom-1 10 Eurecom-2 0 LIA-1 Runs http://www.multimediaeval.org/mediaeval2011/SED2011 Participate in 2012 !23/10/2011 - 1st Workshop on Detection, Representation and Exploitation of Events - Bonn, Germany - 10

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