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  • Paper to HTML | Allen Institute for AI

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    Added by Martin on 2021-09-22 14:22:42.0


    Paper to HTML | Allen Institute for AI This is an experimental prototype that aims to render scientific papers in HTML so they can be more easily read by screen readers or on mobile devices.


  • Opportunities and Challenges of Geospatial Analysis for Promoting Urban Livability in the Era of Big Data and Machine Learning Anna Kovacs-Gy├Âri, Alina Ristea, Clemens Havas, Michael Mehaffy, Hartwig H. Hochmair, Bernd Resch, Levente Juhasz, Arthur Lehner, Laxmi Ramasubramanian and Thomas Blaschke
  • Large-scale Incremental Processing Using Distributed Transactions and Notifications

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    Added by gromgull on 2012-07-11 14:52:13.0


    Large-scale Incremental Processing Using Distributed Transactions and Notifications Updating an index of the web as documents are crawled requires continuously transforming a large repository of existing documents as new documents arrive. This task is one example of a class of data processing tasks that transform a large repository of data via small, independent mutations. These tasks lie in a gap between the capabilities of existing infrastructure. Databases do not meet the storage or throughput requirements of these tasks: Google's indexing system stores tens of petabytes of data and processes billions of updates per day on thousands of machines. MapReduce and other batch-processing systems cannot process small updates individually as they rely on creating large batches for efficiency. We have built Percolator, a system for incrementally processing updates to a large data set, and deployed it to create the Google web search index. By replacing a batch-based indexing system with an indexing system based on incremental processing using Percolator, we process the same number of documents per day, while reducing the average age of documents in Google search results by 50%. Daniel Peng, Frank Dabek
  • The Paper Looking Google Map

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    Added by Martin on 2011-12-05 15:54:42.0


    The Paper Looking Google Map Google Maps Mania
  • Tips for Writing Technical Papers

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    Added by benbanbun on 2011-08-16 13:04:36.0


    Tips for Writing Technical Papers Crisp description on how to structure and write papers. Excellent !!! Jennifer Widom
  • Dremel: Interactive Analysis of Web-Scale Datasets

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    Added by gromgull on 2011-01-26 09:18:08.0


    Dremel: Interactive Analysis of Web-Scale Datasets
  • Web 3.0: Convergence of Web 2.0 and the Semantic Web

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    Added by cebit on 2007-09-27 16:19:09.0


    Web 3.0: Convergence of Web 2.0 and the Semantic Web The World Wide Web (WWW) has drastically improved access to digitally stored information. However, content in the WWW has so far only been machine-readable but not machineunderstandable. Since information in the WWW is mostly represented in natural language, the available documents are only fully understandable by human beings. The Semantic Web is based on the content-oriented description of digital documents with standardized vocabularies that provide machine understandable semantics. The result is the transformation from a Web of Links into a Web of Meaning/Semantic Web [1]. On the other hand, the traditional Web 1.0 has recently undergone an orthogonal shift into a Web of People/Web 2.0 where the focus is set on folksonomies, collective intelligence, and the wisdom of groups (see arrow B in Fig. 1). Only the combined muscle of semantic web technologies and broad user participation will ultimately lead to a Web 3.0, with completely new business opportunities in all segments of the ITC market. Wolfgang Wahlster, Andreas Dengel et al Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License