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Database and Expert Systems Applications (DEXA), 2013 24th International Workshop on

Date 26-30 Aug. 2013

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  • Table of contents

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  • DEXA 2013 Preface

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  • DEXA 2013 Committees

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  • ISSASim 2013 Preface

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  • ISSASim 2013 Organizing Committee

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  • TIR 2013 Preface

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  • TIR 2013 Program Committee

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  • BIOKDD 2013 Preface

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  • WebS 2013 Preface

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  • WebS 2013 Program Committee and Additional Reviewers

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  • RSmeetDB 2013 Preface

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  • IATEM 2013 Preface

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  • IATEM 2013 Organization

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  • CMS 2013 Preface

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  • ICT-GLOW 2013 Preface

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  • A Crowd-Sourcing Approach for Area-Wide On-Line Building Assessment Towards Earthquake Engineering

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    The main objective of earthquake engineering is to anticipate the impact of earthquakes on buildings and other civil structures in order to minimize the risk of damage. In contemplation of this purpose, high-grade, accurate and extensive pools of building-specific parameters like construction types, construction year and dwelling information can dramatically assist in risk assessment, analysis and evaluation thereof. In order to collect this information, we propose an on-line web service for easy assessment of civil structures, addressed primarily to non-professionals and non-technicians with a dedicated focus on accessibility. View full abstract»

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  • Hybrid Stop Discovery in Trajectory Records

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    The advance of GPS tracking technique brings a large amount of trajectory data. These data can be used in many application domains such as traffic management, urban planning, tourism, and bird migration. Recently, a semantic model which expresses trajectory as a sequence of stops and moves was introduced and become a hot topic for trajectory data analysis. Stops are important parts of trajectories, such as "working at office", "shopping in a mall", "waiting for the bus". Although several works have been developed to discover stops, they considered the characteristics of the stops separately. Because of this limitation, these approaches only focus on certain well-defined trajectories. They cannot work well for heterogeneous cases like diverse and sparse trajectories. Towards stop discovery in trajectories, in this paper, we propose a comprehensive hybrid feature-based method to discover stops. We also evaluate our approach with real-life GPS datasets, and show that this newly proposed approach can provide a good abstraction on the trajectory, with efficient computation. View full abstract»

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