Category: courses

Multi-Source Data Integration with Humans In The Loop

Teacher Donatella Firmani Abstract Many domains, such as government Open Data and the World Wide Web, can provide thousands of data sources about real-world entities, including profiles of people and institutions, or specifications of...

Selfish vs. Greedy: Network routing with limited control

Teacher Patrizio Angelini, Universitaet Tuebingen (p.angelini at gmail.com) Abstract In most of the real-world networks it is not possible to perform a centralized control over the traffic and to impose globally-optimal routing strategies to the...

Data Driven Bioinformatics

Teacher Emanuel Weitschek (emanuel.weitschek <at> iasi.cnr.it) Abstract During last years there has been a rapid development of biomedical technologies, but even more of the data they produce. Especially thanks to the introduction of next...

Applications of Algebraic Graph Theory

Teacher Gabriele Oliva Abstract Roughly speaking, Algebraic Graph Theory is the art of applying algebraic methods in order to solve problems about graphs. This course aims at presenting some of the major applications of...

Polyglot Persistence for Big Data Management

Teacher Roberto De Virgilio Abstract The term polyglot is borrowed and redefined for big data as a set of applications that use several core database technologies, and this is the most likely outcome of...

Methods and techniques for the management of Big Data

Teacher Riccardo Torlone Abstract The course aims at illustrating tools and methods for the management of big data, i.e. massive amounts of unstructured data whose size exceed the capacity of conventional database management systems...