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A special session of the workshop was devoted to the part 2 of the Web Spam challenge organized with the support of the Pascal Network of Excellence. This challenge focuses on a specific graph labelling problem: detect malicious pages (web spam pages) on a large web graph.

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A special session of the workshop was devoted to the part 2 of the Web Spam challenge organized with the support of the Pascal Network of Excellence. This challenge focuses on a specific graph labelling problem: detect malicious pages (web spam pages) on a large web graph.

News : Graph Labelling and INEX 2008

The XML Mining track at INEX 2008 (see http://xmlmining.lip6.fr) will propose a new benchmark for classification of nodes in a graph of XML documents.

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The workshop is focused on the thematic of graph labelling whose goal is to automatically learn to label the nodes of a graph given a known partially labelled graph. The workshop is opened to any submission concerning theoretical models or large size applications of graph labelling with a particular focus on internet graphs.

Program

  • Session 1 : Long papers
  • Session 2 : Keynote speaker and short papers

See the Detailled Program

Submission information

The system for submitting the papers is now available. See Here for more details.

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The GraphLab 2007 workshop was focused on the thematic of graph labelling whose goal is to automatically learn to label the nodes of a graph given a known partially labelled graph. The workshop is opened to any submission concerning theoretical models or large size applications of graph labelling with a particular focus on internet graphs.

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A special session of the workshop will be devoted to the part 2 of the Web Spam challenge organized with the support of the Pascal Network of Excellence. This challenge focuses on a specific graph labelling problem: detect malicious pages (web spam pages) on a large web graph.

Participants to the workshop will be encouraged to participate to the challenge. They will be provided with collections of spam/non-spam web sites and pages represented as a directed graph and a set of feature vectors. These collections will be pre-processed in order to help machine learning researchers to easily perform experiments using their graph labelling models. A blind evaluation will be organized for the challenge.

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A special session of the workshop was devoted to the part 2 of the Web Spam challenge organized with the support of the Pascal Network of Excellence. This challenge focuses on a specific graph labelling problem: detect malicious pages (web spam pages) on a large web graph.

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See the Main.Program?

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See the Main.Program?

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Deadline Extension

  • Abstract submission : June 30th (optionnal but recommended)
  • Paper submission : June 30th
  • Paper submission : July 5th
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Program

  • Session 1 : Long papers
  • Session 2 : Keynote speaker and short papers

See the Program?

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  • Abstract submission : June 30th (optionnal but useful for the organization of the workshop)
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  • Abstract submission : June 30th (optionnal but recommended)
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  • Abstract submission : June 30th (optionnal but useful for the organization of the workshop)
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  • Paper submission : July 5th
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The system for submitting the papers is currently being installed and will be ready the 28th of june. See Here for more details.

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The system for submitting the papers is now available. See Here for more details.

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Deadline Extension

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The system for submitting the papers is currently being installed and will be ready the 27th of june. In case of problem, please submit your paper directly by email to:

  ludovic [dot] denoyer [at] lip6 [dot] fr
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The system for submitting the papers is currently being installed and will be ready the 28th of june. See Here for more details.

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The system for submitting the papers is currently being installed and will be ready the 27th of june. In case of problem, please submit your paper directly by email to ludovic [dot] denoyer [at] lip6 [dot] fr

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The system for submitting the papers is currently being installed and will be ready the 27th of june. In case of problem, please submit your paper directly by email to:

  ludovic [dot] denoyer [at] lip6 [dot] fr
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Submission information

The system for submitting the papers is currently being installed and will be ready the 27th of june. In case of problem, please submit your paper directly by email to ludovic [dot] denoyer [at] lip6 [dot] fr

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Welcome

The workshop is focused on the thematic of graph labelling whose goal is to automatically learn to label the nodes of a graph given a known partially labelled graph. The workshop is opened to any submission concerning theoretical models or large size applications of graph labelling with a particular focus on internet graphs.

GraphLab Workshop and the Web Spam Challenge

A special session of the workshop will be devoted to the part 2 of the Web Spam challenge organized with the support of the Pascal Network of Excellence. This challenge focuses on a specific graph labelling problem: detect malicious pages (web spam pages) on a large web graph.

Participants to the workshop will be encouraged to participate to the challenge. They will be provided with collections of spam/non-spam web sites and pages represented as a directed graph and a set of feature vectors. These collections will be pre-processed in order to help machine learning researchers to easily perform experiments using their graph labelling models. A blind evaluation will be organized for the challenge.

History

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Welcome to PmWiki!

A local copy of PmWiki's documentation has been installed along with the software, and is available via the documentation index.

To continue setting up PmWiki, see initial setup tasks.

The basic editing page describes how to create pages in PmWiki. You can practice editing in the wiki sandbox.

More information about PmWiki is available from http://www.pmwiki.org .

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