Giorgio Terracina
Giorgio Terracina
Professor of Computer Science, Universita' della Calabria, Italy
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Recommendation of similar users, resources and social networks in a social internetworking scenario
P De Meo, A Nocera, G Terracina, D Ursino
Information Sciences 181 (7), 1285-1305, 2011
The INFOMIX system for advanced integration of incomplete and inconsistent data
N Leone, G Greco, G Ianni, V Lio, G Terracina, T Eiter, W Faber, M Fink, ...
Proceedings of the 2005 ACM SIGMOD international conference on Management of …, 2005
The System DIKE: Towards the Semi-Automatic Synthesis of Cooperative Information Systems and Data Warehouses.
L Palopoli, G Terracina, D Ursino
ADBIS-DASFAA Symposium, 108-117, 2000
Experimenting with recursive queries in database and logic programming systems
G Terracina, N Leone, V Lio, C Panetta
Theory and Practice of Logic Programming 8 (2), 129-165, 2008
Biomedical data augmentation using generative adversarial neural networks
F Calimeri, A Marzullo, C Stamile, G Terracina
International conference on artificial neural networks, 626-634, 2017
Efficiently computable Datalog∃ programs
N Leone, M Manna, G Terracina, P Veltri
Thirteenth international conference on the principles of knowledge …, 2012
The third answer set programming competition: Preliminary report of the system competition track
F Calimeri, G Ianni, F Ricca, M Alviano, A Bria, G Catalano, S Cozza, ...
International Conference on Logic Programming and Nonmonotonic Reasoning …, 2011
The disjunctive datalog system DLV
M Alviano, W Faber, N Leone, S Perri, G Pfeifer, G Terracina
International Datalog 2.0 Workshop, 282-301, 2010
DIKE: a system supporting the semi‐automatic construction of cooperative information systems from heterogeneous databases
L Palopoli, G Terracina, D Ursino
Software: Practice and Experience 33 (9), 847-884, 2003
Uniform techniques for deriving similarities of objects and subschemes in heterogeneous databases
L Palopoli, D Sacca, G Terracina, D Ursino
IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering 15 (2), 271-294, 2003
A unified graph-based framework for deriving nominal interscheme properties, type conflicts and object cluster similarities
L Palopoli, D Saccá, G Terracina, D Ursino
Proceedings Fourth IFCIS International Conference on Cooperative Information …, 1999
Personalizing learning programs with X-Learn, an XML-based,“user-device” adaptive multi-agent system
P De Meo, A Garro, G Terracina, D Ursino
Information Sciences 177 (8), 1729-1770, 2007
An XML-based multiagent system for supporting online recruitment services
P De Meo, G Quattrone, G Terracina, D Ursino
IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics-Part A: Systems and …, 2007
Intensional and extensional integration and abstraction of heterogeneous databases
L Palopoli, L Pontieri, G Terracina, D Ursino
Data & Knowledge Engineering 35 (3), 201-237, 2000
Short-long term anomaly detection in wireless sensor networks based on machine learning and multi-parameterized edit distance
F Cauteruccio, G Fortino, A Guerrieri, A Liotta, DC Mocanu, C Perra, ...
Information Fusion 52, 13-30, 2019
A graph-based approach for extracting terminological properties of elements of XML documents
L Palopoli, G Terracina, D Ursino
Proceedings 17th International Conference on Data Engineering, 330-337, 2001
Integration of XML Schemas at various “severity” levels
P De Meo, G Quattrone, G Terracina, D Ursino
Information Systems 31 (6), 397-434, 2006
Discovering representative models in large time series databases
S Rombo, G Terracina
International Conference on Flexible Query Answering Systems, 84-97, 2004
Deriving synonymies and homonymies of object classes in semi-structured information sources
G Terracina, D Ursino
Proc. of International Conference on Management of Data (COMAD 2000), 21-32, 2000
Taming primary key violations to query large inconsistent data via ASP
M Manna, F Ricca, G Terracina
Theory and Practice of Logic Programming 15 (4-5), 696-710, 2015
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