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10 Refereed Publications


1. "Semantic knowledge and privacy in the physical web", Proceedings of the 4th Workshop on Society, Privacy and the Semantic Web - Policy and Technology (PrivOn2016) co-located with 15th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2016), October 2016, 583 downloads.


2. "Interactive Knowledge Base Population", arXiv:1506.00301 [cs.AI], May 2015, 461 downloads.


3. "HLTCOE Participation at TAC 2013", Proceedings of the Sixth Text Analysis Conference, November 2013, 477 downloads.


4. "Evaluating the Quality of a Knowledge Base Populated from Text", Joint Workshop on Automatic Knowledge Base Construction and Web-scale Knowledge Extraction, June 2012, 2221 downloads.


5. "Creating and Exploiting a Hybrid Knowledge Base for Linked Data", Agents and Artificial Intelligence, April 2011, 1416 downloads.


6. "Entity Disambiguation for Knowledge Base Population", Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on Computational Linguistics, August 2010, 1447 downloads, 17 citations.


7. "HLTCOE Approaches to Knowledge Base Population at TAC 2009", Proceedings of the 2009 Text Analysis Conference, November 2009, 872 downloads, 6 citations.


8. "Knowledge Base Evaluation for Semantic Knowledge Discovery", Proceedings of the NSF Sponsored Symposium Semantic Knowledge Discovery, Organization and Use, November 2008, 1709 downloads.


9. "A Language and Protocol to Support Intelligent Agent Interoperability", 4th National Symp. on Concurrent Engineering, CE & CALS, June 1992, 370 downloads.


10. " The intelligent system server: delivering AI to complex systems", IEEE International Workshop on Tools for Artificial Intelligence -- Architectures, Languages and Algorithms, October 1989, 456 downloads.

Additional Resources

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1. UMBC IOT Android client

1. Wikitology: A Novel Hybrid Knowledge Base Derived from Wikipedia
    on Monday, July 19, 2010 from 09:00AM to 11:00AM.

2. Generic knowledge: acquisition and representation
    on Tuesday, October 06, 2009 from 04:30PM to 05:30PM.


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