This morning, Davide Ceolin and Serge ter Braake presented our QuPiD2 work at DHBenelux 2018 in Amsterdam. The abstracts and slides can be found below:
- The Vaccination Debate: An Exploration of Long Term Concept and Perspective Mining [abstract, slides]
- InfoQ: Computational Assessment of Information Quality on the Web [abstract, slides]
We were also happy to learn that the latter paper was shortlisted for the Best Paper award!
On December 12, Chantal van Son presented the following paper at the Extra-Propositional Aspects of Meaning (ExProM) in Computational Linguistics Workshop, which was collocated with the 26th International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING 2016) in Osaka, Japan:
Chantal van Son, Emiel van Miltenburg and Roser Morante (2016). Building a Dictionary of Affixal Negations.
The slides can be viewed below.
Our paper on Perspective Based Local Agreement and Disagreement in Online Debate has been accepted for the Unshared Task at the 3rd Workshop on Argument Mining (ACL 2016)! The workshop will take place on 12 August at the Humboldt University in Berlin, Germany.
Read more about Project 3: From Text to Deep Data.
On Wednesday the 25th of May, Chantal presented her poster on GRaSP: A Multilayered Annotation Scheme for Perspectives at the International Conference of Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2016), together with co-authors Tommaso Caselli, Antske Fokkens and Piek Vossen. All four of us have been talking non-stop to interested LREC participants (although of course a short pause was taken for the photo…). Thank you all for your interest and feedback!
You can see the poster here. The full paper can be found here.
On the 18th of March 2016, Piek Vossen gave a keynote talk at the VU Conference Guide to the Network Society. In his talk, titled “The Perspective of a Node in a Network”, he presents the work on perspectives being conducted in, among others, the QuPiD2 project.
Yesterday another Amsterdam Data Science Project took place at the VU University of Amsterdam. This time, the event was organized around the theme: “Digital Humanities and Digital Social Sciences”.
Serge ter Braake and Bob van de Velde opened the meeting with an introduction to Digital Humanities and Digital Social Sciences, explaining what the fields have in common, what the differences are between them, and what their relation is to Data Science.
After the introduction, the PostDocs and PhDs presented their individual projects from the AAA programme:
QUPID2 (Quality and Perspectives in Deep Data):
Finally, the meeting was concluded by an interesting discussion about the connection between Digital Humanities and Social Sciences and how they can benefit from or help other Data Science fields. The discussion was introduced and lead by Inger Leemans.
You can find the slides used during the meeting here.
Thanks to all participants for making the meeting a success, and special thanks to Serge and Bob for the organization!
On Thursday 07 April (15:00-17:00), the next AAA-DS meeting will take place at the VU (Room S623, 6th Floor W&N Building). This time, the event is organized around the theme “Digital Humanities and Social Sciences”.
This event will showcase the three QuPiD2 projects (representing the Digital Humanities) and the “Bias and engagement in political social media” project (representing the Digital Social Science) from the AAA-DS programme. Following the footsteps of Davide, who took care of the organization of the previous AAA-DS meeting, it is coordinated by our own Serge ter Braake (Project 1: Representation of Data Perspectives).
The event is open for everyone interested in the AAA-DS projects. More information about the programme can be found at the Amsterdam Data Science website. You can register here.
QuPiD2 is reaching out to the Social Sciences!
Over the last few weeks, we have had several meetings with Bob van de Velde, who is a PostDoc on the AAA-DS project “Bias and engagement in political social media”. He is supervised by Evangelos Kanoulas and Claes de Vreese. The questions he addresses in his research touch upon our work in many respects. Hopefully, this is the start of a fruitful collaboration between the Digital Humanities and the Social Siences.
Good news from Project 2 Representation of Data Quality: our paper “Towards Quality Assessment for Digital Humanities Documents” has been accepted for a poster presentation at the 8th International ACM Web Science Conference 2016 (WebSci ’16) and an extended abstract in the proceedings. The conference will take place May 22-25 (2016) in Hannover, Germany.
Last Tuesday, January 26, participants of the AAA-DS projects gathered for our 2nd project meeting at the Science Park of the UvA. The meeting was coordinated by one of our QuPiD2 team members, Davide Ceolin (Project 2: Representation of Data Quality), and was organized around the theme “Data structures, models and languages”.
Davide opened the meeting with a presentation about the different data structures, models and languages used across research fields in all AAA-DS projects.
This was followed by three presentations of invited speakers Peter Boncz (CWI) on Databases, Guus Schreiber (VU) on Webgraphs, and Rinke Hoekstra (VU) on the Relationship between Databases and Webgraphs.