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Applied Intelligence & Data Analysis

Proceedings will be part of the International Conference Proceedings Series


Tentative schedule/timetable for WIMS conference (it could be modified)

Highlights of the gala dinner and social program at WIMS'13

From the WIMS'13 organization we would like to invite you to participate with us in two interesting social events in Madrid:

• The first one will be our Gala Banquet, that will be held next Thursday 13 (20:30) in the popular and famous "Café Gijón" in the heart of Madrid (C/ Paseo de Recoletos, nº21). This place is particularly well known for his long history among writers and artists, and gives us the opportunity to share a good moment in this special place.

• A visit to a large exhibition devoted to Salvador Dalí organized by Reina Sofia Museum and the Centre Georges Pompidou has been planned for the next Friday 14 at 19:00 hours. This will give us the opportunity to discover one of the most popular museums of Madrid and to enjoy with (maybe) the largest exposition of Dalí's painting.

To proceed with the reservations of both events, please fill this form and send as soon as possible to:

We really hope to see you in both social events in Madrid!

Tentative list of accepted papers (to be completed)


  1. Paola Velardi, Fulvio D'Antonio and Alessandro Cucchiarelli; Open Domain Knowledge Extraction: Inference on a Web Scale. (ACM number ID: 1)
  2. Ricardo Kawase, Marco Fisichella, Bernardo Pereira Nunes, Kyung-Hun Ha and Markus Bick; Automatic Classification of Documents in Cold-start Scenarios. (ACM number ID: 2)
  3. Ali Ben Ammar, Abdelaziz Abdellatif and Henda Ben Ghezela; MOWS : Macro and Micro Online Webview Selection. (ACM number ID: 3)
  4. Minyoung Ra, Donghee Yoo and Sungchun No; Construction and Applicability of Military Ontology for Semantic Data Processing. (ACM number ID: 4)
  5. Jan Zeleny and Radek Burget; Cluster-based Page Segmentation - a fast and precise method for web page pre-processing. (ACM number ID: 5)
  6. Anh-Hoang Le, Marie Lefevre, Amélie Cordier and Hala Skaf-Molli; Collecting interaction traces in distributed semantic wikis to providing user assistance. (ACM number ID: 6)
  7. Marnix Moerland, Michel Capelle, Frederik Hogenboom and Flavius Frasincar; Semantics-Based News Recommendation with SF-IDF+. (ACM number ID: 8)
  8. Sabiha Tahrat, Eric Kergosien, Sandra Bringay, Mathieu Roche and Maguelonne Teisseire; Text2Geo: from textual data to geospatial information. (ACM number ID: 9)
  9. Thanos Stavropoulos, Dimitris Vrakas and Ioannis Vlahavas; Iridescent: a Tool for Rapid Semantic Annotation of Web Service Descriptions. (ACM number ID: 10)
  10. Iraklis Kordomatis, Christoph Herzog, Ruslan Fayzrakhmanov, Bernhard Krüpl-Sypien, Wolfgang Holzinger and Robert Baumgartner; Web Object Identification for Web Automation and Meta-Search. (ACM number ID: 11)
  11. Massimiliano Dal Mas; Modelling Web User Synergism for the Similarity Measurement on the Ontology Matching. (ACM number ID: 12)
  12. Randi Karlsen, David Sundby and Joan Nordbotten; Automatic Generation of Textual Image Collection Descriptions. (ACM number ID: 14)
  13. Csaba Veres, Kristian Johansen and Andreas L. Opdahl; SynsetTagger: A Tool for Generating Ontologies from Semantic Tags. (ACM number ID: 15)
  14. Abeer Aldayel and Mourad Ykhlef. Query Paraphrasing Enhancement Using Artificial Bee Colony. (ACM number ID: 16)
  15. Soumaya Cherichi and Rim Faiz. New metric measure for the mprovement of search results in microblogs. (ACM number ID: 17)
  16. Morten Goodwin; Towards Automatic Assessment of Government Web Sites. (ACM number ID: 18)
  17. Yuh-Jong Hu, Kua-Ping Cheng and Ya-Ling Huang; Crafting a Balance between Big Data Utility and Protection in the Semantic Data Cloud. (ACM number ID: 19)
  18. Héctor Menéndez, Laura Plaza and David Camacho; A Genetic Graph-based Clustering approach to Biomedical Summarization. (ACM number ID: 20)
  19. Jin-Woo Chung, Hye-Jin Min, Joonyeob Kim and Jong C. Park; Enhancing Readability of Web Documents by Text Augmentation for Deaf People. (ACM number ID: 21)
  20. Asif Salekin, Jeniya Tabassum Binte Jafar and Masud Hasan; Extract and Rank Web Communities. (ACM number ID: 22)
  21. Ebrahim Nageba, Paul Rubel and Jocelyne Fayn; Semantic Agent System for Automatic Mobilization of Distributed and Heterogeneous Resources. (ACM number ID: 23)
  22. Nuno Oliveira, Paulo Cortez and Nelson Areal; Some Experiments on Modeling Stock Market Behavior Using Investor Sentiment Analysis and Posting Volume from Twitter. (ACM number ID: 24)
  23. Walter Renteria-Agualimpia, Francisco J. López-Pellicer, Javier Lacasta, F. Javier Zarazaga-Soria and Pedro R. Muro-Medrano; Identifying Hidden Geospatial Resources in Catalogues. (ACM number ID: 25)
  24. Jihene Jmal and Rim Faiz; Customer Review Summarization Approach using Twitter and SentiWordNet. (ACM number ID: 26)
  25. Pramod Anantharam, Biplav Srivastava and Amit Sheth. Utility-driven Evolution Recommender for a Constrained Ontology. (ACM number ID: 7)
  26. Ignacio Traverso, Juan Manuel Dodero, Iván Ruiz-Rube and Manuel Palomo-Duarte; Open Data Framework for Sustainable Assessment in Software Forges. (ACM number ID: 30)
  27. Gema Bello, David Camacho; Comparative Study of Text Clustering Techniques in Virtual Worlds. (ACM number ID: 31)
  28. M.D. R-Moreno, A. Cuesta, D. F. Barrero; Twitter Stream Analysis in Spanish". (ACM number ID: 32)


  1. Ladislav Peska and Peter Vojtas; Negative Implicit Feedback in E-commerce Recommender Systems. (ACM number ID: 13)
  2. Paola Di Maio and Jenny Ure; An Open Conceptual Framework for Collaborative Platforms and Social Sensing. (ACM number ID: 28)
  3. Jacques Calmet and Pierre Maret; Trust Model for Knowledge-Based Communities. (ACM number ID: 27)


  1. Martin Voigt, Vincent Tietz, Nikolaus Piccolotto, Klaus Meißner; Attract Me! How Could End-Users Identify Interesting Resources?. (ACM number ID: 36)
  2. Josep Maria Brunetti; Design and Evaluation of Overview Components for Effective Semantic Data Exploration. (ACM number ID: 37)
  3. Jan Polowinski; Towards RVL: a Declarative Language for Visualizing RDFS/OWL Data. (ACM number ID: 38)
  4. "B. Helena Rodriguez, Jean-Claude Moissinac, Isabelle Demeure; Soa2mSituation: An Interaction Situation Model for the Multimodal Web". (ACM number ID: 39)
  5. Vincent Tietz, Andreas Rümpel, Martin Voigt, Philipp Siekmann and Klaus Meißner; Tool Support for Semantic Task Modeling. (ACM number ID: 40)
  6. Alvaro Graves; Creation of visualizations based on Linked Data. (ACM number ID: 41)
  7. Massimiliano Dal Mas. Intelligent Interactive Multimedia System. (ACM number ID: 42)
  8. German Nemirovski, Álvaro Sicilia, Andreas Nolle, Vinzenco Corrado and Ilaria Ballarini. Data Integration Driven Ontology Design, Case Study Smart City. (ACM number ID: 43)
  9. Aitor Corchero, Xavier Domingo and Roberto García. Semantic Sensor Web Data Exploration and Visualization for Intelligent Decision Support. (ACM number ID: 44)


  1. Nicolas Marie, Fabien Gandon, Damien Legrand, Myriam Ribière; Discovery Hub: a discovery engine on the top of DBpedia. (ACM number ID: 33)
  2. Pramod Anantharam, Payam Barnaghi, Amit Sheth; Data Processing and Semantics for Advanced Internet of Things (IoT) Applications: modeling, annotation, integration, and perception. (ACM number ID: 34)
  3. Martin Voigt, Michael Aleythe and Peter Wehner. Towards Topics-based, Semantics-assisted News Search. (ACM number ID: 35)


  1. Amit Sheth and Pramod Anantharam; Physical Cyber Social Computing for Human Experience. (ACM number ID: 45)
  2. Jason J. Jung; Contextual Synchronization for Social Collaboration. (ACM number ID: 46)
  3. Asunción Gómez-Pérez, Daniel Vila-Suero, Elena Montiel-Ponsoda, Jorge Gracia, Guadalupe Aguado-de-Cea; Guidelines for Multilingual Linked Data. (ACM number ID: 47)


The 3rd International Conference on Web Intelligence, Mining and Semantics (WIMS'13) is organised under the auspices of Autonomous University of Madrid . The site for the previous editions, WIMS'12 and WIMS'11, can be found here.

This is the third in a new series of conferences concerned with intelligent approaches to transform the World Wide Web into a global reasoning and semantics-driven computing machine.

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