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DyNaK 2010
Dynamic Networks and Knowledge Discovery

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Proceedings of the 1st Workshop on Dynamic Networks and Knowledge Discovery

Barcelona, Spain, September 24, 2010.

Edited by

Ruggero G. Pensa *
Francesca Cordero *
Céline Rouveirol **
Rushed Kanawati **
José A. Troyano ***
Paolo Rosso ****

* University of Torino, Dept. of Computer Science, 10149 Torino, Italy
** University of Paris-Nord, LIPN - CNRS UMR 7030, 93430 Villetaneuse, France
*** University of Sevilla, Dept. of Languages and Information Systems, 41012 Sevilla, Spain
**** Technical University of Valencia, Dept. of Information Systems and Computing, 46022 Valencia, Spain

Table of Contents

    Dynamic Networks

  1. Finding Structure in Dynamic Networks (and What It Means for Zebras) (invited paper)
    Tanya Berger-Wolf
  2. Learning Real-Time Automata from Multi-Attribute Event Logs (invited paper)
    Stefan Kramer
  3. Protein-Centered Biological Networks by Automatic Caption Analysis (industrial paper)
    Enrico M. Bucci
  4. Discovering Inter-Dimensional Rules in Dynamic Graphs
    K-N. T. Nguyen, L. Cerf, M. Plantevit, J-F. Boulicaut
  5. Relational Learning of Disjunctive Patterns in Spatial Networks
    C. Loglisci, M. Ceci, D. Malerba
  6. Spectral Co-Clustering for Dynamic Bipartite Graphs
    D. Green, P. Cunningham
  7. Stream-based Community Discovery via Relational Hypergraph Factorization on Evolving Networks
    C. Bockermann, F. Jungermann
  8. Network-Based Disease Candidate Gene Prioritization: Towards Global Diffusion in Heterogeneous Association Networks
    J. P. Gonçalves, S. C. Madeira, Y. Moreau
  9. Collaboration-based Social Tag Prediction in the Graph of Annotated Web Pages
    H. Rahmani, B. Nobakht, H. Blockeel
  10. Sentiment Analysis and Opinion Mining

  11. How Much Linguistics Do We Need in order to Understand Online Opinions? (invited paper)
    Carlos Rodríguez
  12. Automatic Sentiment Monitoring of Specific Topics in the Blogosphere
    F. S. Pimenta, D. Obradovi, R. Schirru, S. Baumann, A. Dengel
  13. Different Aggregation Strategies for Generically Contextualized Sentiment Lexicons (short paper)
    S. Gindl
  14. Towards an Automatic Evaluation for Topic Extraction Systems for Online Reputation Management (short paper)
    E. Amigó, D. Spina, B. Beotas, J. Gonzalo

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21-Oct-2010: submitted by Ruggero G. Pensa
22-Oct-2010: published on CEUR-WS.org