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Category: Data science

Large Graph Mining

End of July, I was presenting a lecture to the European Business Intelligence Summer School organized by the Univeristé Libre de Bruxelles and the Ecole Centrale Paris. I presented a

Large graph mining: recent developments, challenges and potential solutions

With the recent growth of the graph-based data, the large graph processing becomes more and more important. In order to explore and to extract knowledge from such data, graph mining

Trust-based recommendation: an empirical analysis

The use of trust in recommender systems has been shown to improve the accuracy of rating predictions, especially in the case where a user’s rating significantly differs from the average.

Structural trust inference for social recommendation

Every year EURA NOVA proposes and leads Master thesis with Faculty of Science Engineering of Belgian Universities. In this post I will quickly come back on one of those master

Towards trust inference from bipartite social networks

The emergence of trust as a key link between users in social networks has provided an effective means of enhancing the personalization of online user content. However, the availability of

Hypergraph-based image retrieval for graph-based representation

In this paper, we introduce a novel method for graph indexing. We propose a hypergraph-based model for graph data sets by allowing cluster overlapping. More precisely, in this representation one

One year of academic research

The R&D Department has been very active this academical year 2010-2011 and has organized research activities in association with many academic organizations such as the Université Libre the Bruxelles (ULB-Belgium),

ER 2011: Trends in conceptual modeling researches

This year we published a paper in the industrial track of ER 2011 [1], the annual conference on conceptual modeling research. In this context I spent a couple of days

EURA NOVA Publications in 2011

As we usually do at the end of the year,  we will try to summarize the activities led at EURA NOVA R&D during this year. In this post I come

EURA NOVA selected for the erasmus mundus joint doctorate (EMJD) in distributed computing

The EMJD in Distributed Computing (EMJD-DC) is an international joint doctoral school for the study of distributed computing. EMJD-DC combines a well-structured, interdisciplinary training programme with high-quality research work. The