Cognitive Computing Research Group

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Diana Tanase

CROSS-LINGUAL INFORMATION RETRIEVAL AND THE MULTI-LINGUAL SEMANTIC WEB

This PhD study, research and potential Thesis have been addressing the contemporary challenge of and research questions in regards with accuracy and relevance of information retrieval on a multi-lingual Web. It combines fundamentals in mathematics (eg, Formal Concept Analysis), query languages, query processing and information retrieval, as well as current aspects of the Semantic Web (eg, the W3C SKOS/RDF language specification, Linked Open Data project).

Amir Motlagh

SEMANTIC TV

This PhD study, research and potential Thesis are addressing the contemporary challenge of and research questions in regards with semantic analysis and recognition of contents on a TV. It combines fundamentals in Information Theory, Complexity Theory, Multi-media Information Retrieval, Symbol Grounding Problem (Steve Harnad), Lattice and Group Theories in Mathematics, together with aspects of signal processing and Semantic Sensor Networks (see also W3C recommendations).

Jie Gao 

ACTIVESTANDANDS - EXTERNAL BUSINESS/INDUSTRY COLLABORATOR

This KTP project has been addressing the contemporary challenges of named entity recognition, disambiguation and meaningful relation extraction from text on the Web (see also text mining), in the context of semantic analysis and annotation of Web contents. More on the project.

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