2nd Temporal Web Analytics Workshop (TempWeb02) April 17th 2012 with WWW 2012 in Lyon, France.


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New: Great attendance and presentations at TempWeb02, thanks to all!. Papers are now available at ACM DL and presentations will be available soon.

Presentation

Time is a key dimension to understand the web. It is fair to say that it has not received yet all the attention it deserves and TempWeb is an attempt to help remedy this situation by putting time as the center of its reflexion.

Studying time in this context actually covers a large spectrum, from dating methodology to extraction of temporal information and knowledge, from diachronic studies to the design of infrastructural and experimental settings enabling a proper observation of this dimension.

For its second edition, TempWeb includes 6 papers out of a total of 17 papers submitted which put it's acceptance rate at 35%. The number of papers submitted has almost doubled compared to the first edition, which we like to interpret as a clear sign of positive dynamic and an indication of the relevance of this effort.
The workshop proceedings will be published in ACM DL (ISBN 978-1-4503-1188-5).

We hope you will find in these papers, the keynotes and the discussion and exchanges of this edition of TempWeb some motivations to look more into this important aspect of Web studies.



Schedule
April 17, 2012



9.00 - 9.30 Welcome and Introduction to the Workshop (Chairs)

9.30 - 10.30 Keynote by Staffan Truvé, CTO, "
Recorded Future: unlocking the predictive power of the web."
Recorded Future aims to unlock the predictive power of the web by continuously harvesting large parts of the web, and by using linguistic analysis to derive structured information that can be aggregated and further analyzed. This talk will present the underlying ideas, the techniques being used, and some important challenges going forward.


10.30 - 11.00 Break

11.00 - 12.30 Web Dynamics

Geerajit Rattanaritnont, Masashi Toyoda and Masaru Kitsuregawa. Analyzing Patterns of Information Cascades based on Users' Influence and Posting Behaviors

Masahiro Inoue and Keishi Tajima. Noise Robust Detection of the Emergence and Spread of Topics on the Web

Margarita Karkali, Vassilis Plachouras, Costas Stefanatos and Michalis Vazirgiannis. Keeping Keywords Fresh: A BM25 Variation for Personalized Keyword Extraction

12.30 - 14.00 Lunch

14.00 - 15.30 Identifying and leveraging time information

Erdal Kuzey and Gerhard Weikum. Extraction of Temporal Facts and Events from Wikipedia

Jannik Strötgen, Omar Alonso and Michael Gertz. Identification of Top Relevant Temporal Expressions in Documents

Ricardo Campos, Gaël Dias, Alípio Jorge and Célia Nunes. Enriching Temporal Query Understanding through Date Identification: How to Tag Implicit Temporal Queries?

15.30 - 16.00 Break

16.00 - 16.45 Keynote 2 (n.n)

16h45- 17h30 Panel and wrapping up.


Support

This workshop is organized with the support of the EU 7th Framework IST STREP on Longitudinal Analytics of Web Archive data (LAWA) under contract no. 258105.


Workshop Officials


Chair
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PC-Chairs and Organizers:

Julien Masanès (
Internet Memory Foundation, France and Netherlands)
Marc Spaniol (
Max Planck Institute for Informatics, Germany)
Ricardo Baeza-­Yates (
Yahoo! Research, Spain)

Program Committee:

Eytan Adar (University of Michigan, USA)
Omar Alonso (Microsoft Bing, USA)
Srikanta Bedathur (IIIT-Delhi, India)
Andras Benczur (Hungarian Academy of Science)
Klaus Berberich (Max Planck Institute for Informatics, Germany)
Roi Blanco (Yahoo! Research, Spain)
Adam Jatowt (Kyoto University, Japan)
Scott Kirkpatrick (Hebrew University Jerusalem, Israel)
Christian König (Microsoft Research, USA)
Frank McCown (Harding University, USA)
Michael Nelson (Old Dominion University, USA)
Nikos Ntarmos (University of Patras, Greece)
Kjetil Norvag (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway)
Philippe Rigaux (Internet Memory Foundation, France and Netherlands)
Thomas Risse (L3S Research Center, Germany)
Pierre Senellart (Télécom ParisTech, France)
Torsten Suel (NYU Polytechnic, USA)
Masashi Toyoda (Tokyo University, Japan)
Peter Triantafillou (University of Patras, Greece)
Michalis Vazirgiannis (Athens University of Economics and Business & École Polytechnique)
Gerhard Weikum (Max Planck Institute for Informatics, Germany)