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  • Constructing Twitter Datasets using Signals for Event Detection Evaluation 

    Hromic, Hugo; Hayes, Conor (22nd International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning, 2014-09-29)
    Twitter is a very attractive real-time platform for research on event detection. However, despite the great amount of interest, datasets suitable for evaluating such methods are not easily available. The two most important ...
  • Enabling case-based reasoning on the web of data 

    Heitmann, Benjamin; Hayes, Conor (2010-07-20)
    While Case-based reasoning (CBR) has successfully been deployed on the Web, its data models are typically inconsistent with existing information infrastructure and standards. In this paper, we examine how CBR can operate ...
  • The role of negative results for choosing an evaluation approach - a recommender systems case study 

    Heitmann, Benjamin; Hayes, Conor (CEUR Workshop Proceedings, 2015-06-01)
    We describe a case study, which shows how important negative results are in uncovering biased evaluation methodologies. Our re- search question is how to compare a recommender algorithm that uses an RDF graph to a ...
  • Towards Cross-Community Effects in Scientific Communities 

    Karnstedt, Marcel; Hayes, Conor (2009)
    Community effects on the behaviour of individuals, the community itself and other communities can be observed in a wide range of applications. This is true in scientific research, where communities of researchers have ...
  • Using social media data for online television recommendation services at RTÉ Ireland 

    Barraza-Urbina, Andrea; Hromic, Hugo; Heitmann, Benjamin; Hayes, Conor; Hulpus, Ioana (2015-09)
    Raidió Teilifís Éireann (RTÉ) is the public service television and radio broadcaster in Ireland. Through on demand video services, RTÉ allows their users to catch up on television broadcasts via the RTÉ Player. The company ...