Student Research Competition
The winning Graduate Student submissions were:
- 1st place: The Motivation behind Tagging. Christian Koerner, Graz University of Technology
- 2nd place: Personalized Semantic Web Exploration Based on Adaptive Faceted Browsing. Michal Tvarozek, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava
- 3rd place: User-Induced Hyperlinks in Collaborative Tagging Systems. Ching Man Au Yeung, University of Southampton
See http://www.acm.org/src/winners.html for more.
Hypertext 2009 will be participating in the ACM Student Research Competition sponsored by Microsoft Research. All invited students will compete in a conference competition for the best presentations, with the winners eligible for a spot in the SRC Grand Finals. The SRC is a valuable opportunity for students to participate in Hypertext 2009 and to receive recognition from ACM for the quality of their research.
The following Posters were accepted at the Hypertext 2009 ACM Student Research Competition:
- Chris Helwig. Applying Lessons Learned from a Case Study of Metadata in Web Publishing to Internal Corporate Intranet Document Management
- Munmun De Choudhury, Hari Sundaram, Ajita John and Doree Duncan Seligmann. Which are the Representative Groups in a Community? Extracting and Characterizing Key Groups in Blogs
- Clare J. Owens, David Millard and Andy Stanford-Clark. Tugging at the Seams: Understanding the Fabric of Social Sites
- Alessandra Petromilli. How to visually represent the reason why a link is recommended to the user
- Evgeny Knutov. GAF: Generic Adaptation Framework
- Fabiana Vernero. Exploiting Social Network Dynamics for Recommendation with SoNARS Algorithm
- Mohamed NEJI. The innovative approach to user modelling for information
- Ching Man Au Yeung, Nicholas Gibbins and Nigel Shadbolt. User-Induced Hyperlinks in Collaborative Tagging Systems
- Marián Šimko and Maria Bielikova. Leveraging lightweight semantics for search improvement
- Sofia J. Athenikos. WikiPhiloSofia and PanAnthropon: Extraction and Visualization of Facts, Relations, and Networks for a Digital Humanities Knowledge Portal
- Christian Koerner. The Motivation behind Tagging
- Michal Tvarozek and Maria Bielikova. Personalized Semantic Web Exploration Based on Adaptive Faceted Browsing
- Ekaterina Bolotnikova. Ontology cognitive ergonomics evaluation based on graph topology
Link to the call for the ACM Student Research Competion.