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  • 墨尔本大学张瑞教授学术报告

    更新:2019-01-16 17:45:19 阅读:人次



    讲座地点:1 433

    人:张瑞 澳大利亚墨尔本大学 教授

    讲座题目:Towards a Geographic Knowledge Base

    主要内容:We aim to build a geographic knowledge base, which consists of geographic entities with the finest level of address such as apartment buildings, houses, stadiums, parks, etc. We focus on obtaining visual, textual and spatial features of the entities. One important application of the geographic knowledge base is to provide more visible navigation instructions. Instead of “go 200 meters ahead and turn left”, the navigation system will then say “go 200 meters ahead and turn left at the black seven storey building”. In this talk, I will discuss the challenges towards such a geographic knowledge base and talk about a few advances to address the challenges including sentence generation from knowledge bases and entity alignment between knowledge graphs. This project has been recently awarded the Google Faculty Award and is highly related to Googles Vision Positioning System.

    讲者简介:Rui Zhang is a Professor and leader of the Big Data and Knowledge Research Theme at the Department of Computing and Information Systems of the University of Melbourne. He has been awarded the Future Fellowship by the Australian Research Council in 2012. His inventions have been adopted by major IT companies such as AT&T and Microsoft. In 2015, Dr Zhang has received the Chris Wallace Award for Outstanding Research in recognition of his significant contributions to the management and mining of spatiotemporal and multidimensional data. He obtained his Bachelor's degree from Tsinghua University in 2001 and PhD from National University of Singapore in 2006. He has been a visiting scholar in AT&T Labs-Research and Microsoft Research before and is now a regular visiting researcher at Microsoft Research Asia in Beijing. He has authored more than 90 publications in prestigious conferences and journals. His research interest is spatial and temporal data analytics, as well as general database and mining techniques including indexing, moving object management, data streams and sequence databases. He regularly serves as PC members of top conferences in data management and mining such as SIGMOD, VLDB, ICDE and KDD. He is an associate editor of Distributed and Parallel Databases.