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Travelled to:
1 × Finland
1 × Germany
1 × Italy
1 × Spain
1 × Switzerland
1 × The Netherlands
2 × France
5 × USA
Collaborated with:
A.Esuli G.Berardi A.Lavelli S.Baccianella A.Sperduti C.Meghini U.Straccia R.Zanoli B.Magnini T.Fagni F.Debole D.Giorgetti D.Marcheggiani P.Nardiello N.Valdambrini L.Galavotti M.Simi O.Täckström F.Geraci M.Pellegrini P.Pisati C.Thanos S.Gordea H.Avancini
Talks about:
text (9) categor (7) classif (5) featur (5) term (5) multi (4) autom (4) algorithm (2) supervis (2) metadata (2)

Person: Fabrizio Sebastiani

DBLP DBLP: Sebastiani:Fabrizio

Facilitated 2 volumes:

ECDL 2010Ed
SIGIR 2008Ed

Contributed to:

SAC 20152015
ECIR 20142014
SIGIR 20122012
TPDL 20122012
SAC 20102010
ECIR 20092009
SAC 20062006
CIKM 20052005
CIKM 20042004
ECIR 20032003
SAC 20032003
SIGIR 20022002
CIKM 20002000
ECDL 20002000
ECDL 19971997
SIGIR 19931993

Wrote 21 papers:

SAC-2015-BerardiEF0 #classification #mobile #multi
Multi-store metadata-based supervised mobile app classification (GB, AE, TF, FS), pp. 585–588.
SAC-2015-BerardiEF015a #case study #design #industrial
Classifying websites by industry sector: a study in feature design (GB, AE, TF, FS), pp. 1053–1059.
ECIR-2014-MarcheggianiTE0 #aspect-oriented #mining #multi #random
Hierarchical Multi-label Conditional Random Fields for Aspect-Oriented Opinion Mining (DM, OT, AE, FS), pp. 273–285.
SIGIR-2012-BerardiES #automation #classification #ranking
A utility-theoretic ranking method for semi-automated text classification (GB, AE, FS), pp. 961–970.
TPDL-2012-BerardiEGMS #library #metadata
Metadata Enrichment Services for the Europeana Digital Library (GB, AE, SG, DM, FS), pp. 508–511.
SAC-2010-BaccianellaES #feature model
Feature selection for ordinal regression (SB, AE, FS), pp. 1748–1754.
ECIR-2009-BaccianellaES #multi #rating
Multi-facet Rating of Product Reviews (SB, AE, FS), pp. 461–472.
ECIR-2009-EsuliS #classification #learning #multi
Active Learning Strategies for Multi-Label Text Classification (AE, FS), pp. 102–113.
ECIR-2009-EsuliS09a #classification #encoding
Encoding Ordinal Features into Binary Features for Text Classification (AE, FS), pp. 771–775.
SAC-2006-GeraciPPS #algorithm #clustering #scalability #web
A scalable algorithm for high-quality clustering of web snippets (FG, MP, PP, FS), pp. 1058–1062.
CIKM-2005-EsuliS #classification #semantics
Determining the semantic orientation of terms through gloss classification (AE, FS), pp. 617–624.
CIKM-2004-LavelliSZ #comparison
Distributional term representations: an experimental comparison (AL, FS, RZ), pp. 615–624.
ECIR-2003-NardielloSS #categorisation
Discretizing Continuous Attributes in AdaBoost for Text Categorization (PN, FS, AS), pp. 320–334.
SAC-2003-AvanciniLMSZ #categorisation
Expanding Domain-Specific Lexicons by Term Categorization (HA, AL, BM, FS, RZ), pp. 793–797.
SAC-2003-DeboleS #automation #categorisation
Supervised Term Weighting for Automated Text Categorization (FD, FS), pp. 784–788.
SAC-2003-GiorgettiS #automation #categorisation #multi #overview
Multiclass Text Categorization for Automated Survey Coding (DG, FS), pp. 798–802.
SIGIR-2002-LavelliMS #categorisation
Building thematic lexical resources by term categorization (AL, BM, FS), pp. 415–416.
CIKM-2000-SebastianiSV #algorithm #categorisation
An Improved Boosting Algorithm and its Application to Text Categorization (FS, AS, NV), pp. 78–85.
ECDL-2000-GalavottiSS #automation #categorisation #feature model #using
Experiments on the Use of Feature Selection and Negative Evidence in Automated Text Categorization (LG, FS, MS), pp. 59–68.
ECDL-1997-MeghiniSS #documentation #image #modelling #retrieval
Modelling the Retrieval of Structured Documents Containing Texts and Images (CM, FS, US), pp. 325–344.
SIGIR-1993-MeghiniSST #information retrieval #logic
A Model of Information Retrieval Based on a Terminological Logic (CM, FS, US, CT), pp. 298–307.

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