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XHTML 1.0 W3C Rec
CSS 2.1 W3C CanRec
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Travelled to:
1 × Brazil
1 × Czech Republic
1 × France
1 × Spain
1 × Switzerland
3 × USA
Collaborated with:
R.Ortale N.Barbieri G.Costa E.Ritacco F.Bonchi D.Saccà F.Giannotti M.Nanni D.Pedreschi A.Bevacqua M.Carnuccio F.Fassetti M.Guarascio
Talks about:
model (4) approach (3) cluster (3) probabilist (2) recommend (2) base (2) nondeterminist (1) relationship (1) nonmonoton (1) dimension (1)

Person: Giuseppe Manco

DBLP DBLP: Manco:Giuseppe

Contributed to:

KDD 20142014
KDIR 20122012
KDIR 20112011
RecSys 20112011
SAC 20102010
SAC 20082008
SAC 20032003
CSL 19981998

Wrote 8 papers:

KDD-2014-BarbieriBM #predict #why
Who to follow and why: link prediction with explanations (NB, FB, GM), pp. 1266–1275.
KDIR-2012-BarbieriBCMR #modelling #probability #recommendation #sequence
Probabilistic Sequence Modeling for Recommender Systems (NB, AB, MC, GM, ER), pp. 75–84.
KDIR-2011-BarbieriCMR #approach #clustering #probability
Characterizing Relationships through Co-clustering — A Probabilistic Approach (NB, GC, GM, ER), pp. 64–73.
RecSys-2011-BarbieriCMO #approach #modelling #recommendation
Modeling item selection and relevance for accurate recommendations: a bayesian approach (NB, GC, GM, RO), pp. 21–28.
SAC-2010-CostaFGMO #learning #mining #modelling
Mining models of exceptional objects through rule learning (GC, FF, MG, GM, RO), pp. 1078–1082.
SAC-2008-CostaMO #approach #clustering #modelling
A hierarchical model-based approach to co-clustering high-dimensional data (GC, GM, RO), pp. 886–890.
SAC-2003-MancoOS #clustering #similarity #transaction #web
Similarity-Based Clustering of Web Transactions (GM, RO, DS), pp. 1212–1216.
CSL-1998-GiannottiMNP #database #effectiveness #logic #nondeterminism #on the #semantics
On the Effective Semantics of Nondeterministic, Nonmonotonic, Temporal Logic Databases (FG, GM, MN, DP), pp. 58–72.

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