BibSLEIGH corpus
BibSLEIGH tags
BibSLEIGH bundles
BibSLEIGH people
Open Knowledge
XHTML 1.0 W3C Rec
CSS 2.1 W3C CanRec
email twitter
Travelled to:
1 × Canada
1 × Chile
1 × Italy
2 × United Kingdom
3 × USA
Collaborated with:
A.Hotho R.Jäschke B.Krause D.Benz C.Scholz M.Atzmueller F.Eisterlehner J.Illig B.E.Macek F.Mitzlaff Y.Bastide N.Pasquier R.Taouil L.Lakhal A.Halle A.G.S.Lima H.Steenweg S.Stefani
Talks about:
public (3) bookmark (2) sonomi (2) social (2) confer (2) academ (2) manag (2) bib (2) relationship (1) comparison (1)

Person: Gerd Stumme

DBLP DBLP: Stumme:Gerd

Facilitated 1 volumes:

HT 2013Ed

Contributed to:

HT 20142014
HT 20122012
ECDL 20102010
HT 20102010
Hypertext 20092009
RecSys 20092009
ECIR 20082008
Hypertext 20082008
CL 20002000

Wrote 9 papers:

HT-2014-0001IAS #on the #predict
On the predictability of talk attendance at academic conferences (CS, JI, MA, GS), pp. 279–284.
Anatomy of a conference (BEM, CS, MA, GS), pp. 245–254.
Academic Publication Management with PUMA — Collect, Organize and Share Publications (DB, AH, RJ, GS, AH, AGSL, HS, SS), pp. 417–420.
HT-2010-MitzlaffBSH #analysis #network
Visit me, click me, be my friend: an analysis of evidence networks of user relationships in BibSonomy (FM, DB, GS, AH), pp. 265–270.
Managing publications and bookmarks with BibSonomy (DB, FE, AH, RJ, BK, GS), pp. 323–324.
RecSys-2009-JaschkeEHS #recommendation #testing
Testing and evaluating tag recommenders in a live system (RJ, FE, AH, GS), pp. 369–372.
ECIR-2008-KrauseHS #comparison #social
A Comparison of Social Bookmarking with Traditional Search (BK, AH, GS), pp. 101–113.
HT-2008-KrauseJHS #information retrieval #named #social
Logsonomy — social information retrieval with logdata (BK, RJ, AH, GS), pp. 157–166.
CL-2000-BastidePTSL #mining #using
Mining Minimal Non-redundant Association Rules Using Frequent Closed Itemsets (YB, NP, RT, GS, LL), pp. 972–986.

Bibliography of Software Language Engineering in Generated Hypertext (BibSLEIGH) is created and maintained by Dr. Vadim Zaytsev.
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