Tommaso Di Noia
Tommaso Di Noia
Full Professor, Polytechnic University of Bari
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TitleCited byYear
Linked open data to support content-based recommender systems
T Di Noia, R Mirizzi, VC Ostuni, D Romito, M Zanker
Proceedings of the 8th international conference on semantic systems, 1-8, 2012
2452012
A system for principled matchmaking in an electronic marketplace
TD Noia, ED Sciascio, FM Donini, M Mongiello
International Journal of Electronic Commerce 8 (4), 9-37, 2004
2432004
Top-n recommendations from implicit feedback leveraging linked open data
VC Ostuni, T Di Noia, E Di Sciascio, R Mirizzi
Proceedings of the 7th ACM conference on Recommender systems, 85-92, 2013
1532013
Semantic matchmaking as non-monotonic reasoning: A description logic approach
T Di Noia, E Di Sciascio, FM Donini
Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research 29, 269-307, 2007
1342007
A formal approach to ontology-based semantic match of skills descriptions
S Colucci, T Di Noia, E Di Sciascio, FM Donini, M Mongiello, M Mottola
J. UCS 9 (12), 1437-1454, 2003
1242003
Concept abduction and contraction for semantic-based discovery of matches and negotiation spaces in an e-marketplace
S Colucci, T Di Noia, E Di Sciascio, FM Donini, M Mongiello
Electronic Commerce Research and Applications 4 (4), 345-361, 2005
1102005
Concept abduction and contraction for semantic-based discovery of matches and negotiation spaces in an e-marketplace
S Colucci, T Di Noia, E Di Sciascio, FM Donini, M Mongiello
Electronic Commerce Research and Applications 4 (4), 345-361, 2005
1102005
Abductive matchmaking using description logics
T Di Noia, E Di Sciascio, FM Donini, M Mongiello
IJCAI 3, 337-342, 2003
1062003
Exploiting the web of data in model-based recommender systems
T Di Noia, R Mirizzi, VC Ostuni, D Romito
Proceedings of the sixth ACM conference on Recommender systems, 253-256, 2012
802012
Concept abduction and contraction in description logics.
S Colucci, T Di Noia, E Di Sciascio, FM Donini, M Mongiello
Description logics, 2003
742003
Sprank: Semantic path-based ranking for top-n recommendations using linked open data
TD Noia, VC Ostuni, P Tomeo, ED Sciascio
ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology (TIST) 8 (1), 9, 2016
722016
Ranking the linked data: the case of dbpedia
R Mirizzi, A Ragone, T Di Noia, E Di Sciascio
International Conference on Web Engineering, 337-354, 2010
622010
A nonmonotonic approach to semantic matchmaking and request refinement in e-marketplaces
S Colucci, T Di Noia, A Pinto, M Ruta, A Ragone, E Tinelli
International Journal of Electronic Commerce 12 (2), 127-154, 2007
582007
Sound and music recommendation with knowledge graphs
S Oramas, VC Ostuni, TD Noia, X Serra, ED Sciascio
ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology (TIST) 8 (2), 21, 2017
572017
Semantic matchmaking in a P-2-P electronic marketplace
TD Noia, ED Sciascio, FM Donini, M Mongiello
Proceedings of the 2003 ACM symposium on Applied computing, 582-586, 2003
542003
An analysis of users' propensity toward diversity in recommendations
T Di Noia, VC Ostuni, J Rosati, P Tomeo, E Di Sciascio
Proceedings of the 8th ACM Conference on Recommender systems, 285-288, 2014
512014
Configuring software product line feature models based on stakeholders’ soft and hard requirements
E Bagheri, T Di Noia, A Ragone, D Gasevic
International Conference on Software Product Lines, 16-31, 2010
512010
A uniform tableaux-based approach to concept abduction and contraction in ALN
S Colucci, T Di Noia, E Di Sciascio, F Donini, M Mongiello
International Workshop on Description Logics, 158-167, 2004
512004
Concept abduction and contraction for semantic-based discovery of matches and negotiation spaces in an e-marketplace
S Colucci, TD Noia, ED Sciascio, M Mongiello, FM Donini
Proceedings of the 6th international conference on Electronic commerce, 41-50, 2004
502004
Semantic wonder cloud: exploratory search in DBpedia
R Mirizzi, A Ragone, T Di Noia, E Di Sciascio
International Conference on Web Engineering, 138-149, 2010
472010
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