The Data Science Research Center is now Amsterdam Data Science. This name change is to better reflect the goals of the center to act as a focal point for data science within Amsterdam encompassing not just research but also education and innovation. With this switch comes a new home at http://amsterdamdatascience.nl
Month: August 2014
IIiX 2014 short paper on social bookmarking online
Our IIiX 2014 short paper on “A social bookmarking system to support cluster-driven archival arrangement” by Marc Bron, Shenghui Wang, Titia van der Werf and Maarten de Rijke is available online now. Cultural heritage materials are increasingly being made available through standard search facilities. However, it is challenging to automatically organize these materials in a way…
ACM SIGIR Workshop on Gathering Efficient Assessments of Relevance (GEAR) paper online
With some delays, because of the holidays and traveling, but the short paper that Aleksandr Chuklin and I published at the ACM SIGIR Workshop on Gathering Efficient Assessments of Relevance (GEAR) is online. It’s called “The anatomy of relevance: topical, snippet and perceived relevance in search result evaluation. And you can find it here. Currently, the…
CLARIAH 12M Euro Grant
NWO has awarded 12M Euro to CLARIAH, a project to build a digital infrastructure for software, data, enrichment, search and analytics in the humanities. Frank van Harmelen, Cees Snoek and myself are the computer scientists that are part of the core team of the project. See http://clariah.nl/, http://bit.ly/TERNC0, http://bit.ly/1mWtnje for more details.