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WebSTAND-Gemo

The objective of this ANR was to analyze the problems surrounding the use of semi-structured databases in social sciences. This ANR regrouped both computer science and sociol- ogy laboratories. Work done in Gemo included XML data cleaning and work on automatic selection and maintenance of materialized XML views. I. Manolescu was the scientific director for the IASI/Gemo team.

WEBSTAND BD

The objective of this ANR (2006-09) is to analyze the problems surrounding the use of semi-structured databases in social sciences. This ANR regroups both computer science and sociology laboratories. Work done in Gemo which contributes to WebStand includes XML data cleaning and work on automatic selection and maintenance of materialized XML views.

WebContent

The WebContent project is creating a software platform to accommodate the tools necessary to ef- ficiently exploit and extend the future of the Internet : the Semantic Web. The first targeted domain is the watch, a subpart of intelligence dedicated to warn the decider on the occurrence of an event or the evolution of a situation.

UNLOC

In UNLOC, we focused on incomplete search for UNSAT, a challenging and promising question, and developed new learning schemes for Conflict Directed Clause Learning algorithms. L. Simon was the coordinator of this project.

QUALINCA

Qualinca is a ANR Contint funded research project looking at developing mechanisms allowing to quantify the quality level of a bibliographical knowledge base, to improve the afore mentioned quality level, to maintain the quality when updating the knowledge base and to exploit the knowledge bases taking into account their quality levels.

PIMI

The future Internet will bring a growing number of networked applications (services), devices and individual data (including private ones) to end-users (citizens, consumers, em- ployees). The important challenges are the organization of their access, and the guarantee of trust and privacy.

PAGODA

PAGODA (Practical algorithms for ontology-based data access) is a basic research project whose ob- jective is to improve the efficiency and robustness of ontology-based data access by developing scalable algorithms for query answering in the presence of ontologies as well as pragmatic approaches to handling inconsistent data.

GEONTO

The objective of the GEONTO project was to make data in the geographic domain interoperate. We fo- cused on two main goals. On one hand, we aimed at integrating heterogeneous geographic databases using schema matching techniques.

DocFlow

DocFlow was a research project supported by the ANR Masses de données (2007-2009) with the Distrib- com team at INRIA-Rennes and the Méthodes Formelles group at Labri-Bordeaux. The topic was the anal- ysis, monitoring, and optimization of Web documents and services. It builds on Active XML, a formalism for data exchange across peers developed by Gemo.

Dataring

The project addresses the problem of P2P data sharing for online communities, by offering a high-level network ring across distributed data source owners. Users may be in high numbers and in different kinds of collaboration and sharing their knowledge, ideas, experiences, etc. Data sources can be in high numbers, fairly autonomous, i.e.

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