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Anupam Joshi's 3 most productive colleagues in number of publications:Munindar P. Singh:50Amit P. Sheth:27Timothy W. Finin:24
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Publications by Anupam Joshi (bibliography)
Ajmera, Jitendra, Joshi, Anupam, Mukherjea, Sougata, Rajput, Nitendra, Sahay, Shrey, Shrivastava, Mayank and Srivastava, Kundan (2011): Two-stream indexing for spoken web search. In: Proceedings of the 2011 International Conference on the World Wide Web 2011. pp. 503-512. Available online
This paper presents two-stream processing of audio to index the audio content for Spoken Web search. The first stream indexes the meta-data associated with a particular audio document. The meta-data is usually very sparse, but accurate. This therefore results in a high-precision, low-recall index. The second stream uses a novel language-independent speech recognition to generate text to be indexed. Owing to the multiple languages and the noise in user generated content on the Spoken Web, the speech recognition accuracy of such systems is not high, thus they result in a low-precision, high-recall index. The paper attempts to use these two complementary streams to generate a combined index to increase the precision-recall performance in audio content search. The problem of audio content search is motivated by the real world implication of the Web in developing regions, where due to literacy and affordability issues, people use Spoken Web which consists of interconnected VoiceSites, which have content in audio. The experiments are based on more than 20,000 audio documents spanning over seven live VoiceSites and four different languages. The results suggest significant improvement over a meta-data-only or a speech-recognition only system, thus justifying the two-stream processing approach. Audio content search is a growing problem area and this paper wishes to be a first step to solving this at a large scale, across languages, in a Web context.
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Aleman-Meza, Boanerges, Nagarajan, Meenakshi, Ding, Li, Sheth, Amit, Arpinar, I. Budak, Joshi, Anupam and Finin, Tim (2008): Scalable semantic analytics on social networks for addressing the problem of conflict of interest detection. In ACM Transactions on the Web, 2 (1) p. 7. Available online
In this article, we demonstrate the applicability of semantic techniques for detection of Conflict of Interest (COI). We explain the common challenges involved in building scalable Semantic Web applications, in particular those addressing connecting-the-dots problems. We describe in detail the challenges involved in two important aspects on building Semantic Web applications, namely, data acquisition and entity disambiguation (or reference reconciliation). We extend upon our previous work where we integrated the collaborative network of a subset of DBLP researchers with persons in a Friend-of-a-Friend social network (FOAF). Our method finds the connections between people, measures collaboration strength, and includes heuristics that use friendship/affiliation information to provide an estimate of potential COI in a peer-review scenario. Evaluations are presented by measuring what could have been the COI between accepted papers in various conference tracks and their respective program committee members. The experimental results demonstrate that scalability can be achieved by using a dataset of over 3 million entities (all bibliographic data from DBLP and a large collection of FOAF documents).
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Nanavati, Amit Anil, Gurumurthy, Siva, Das, Gautam, Chakraborty, Dipanjan, Dasgupta, Koustuv, Mukherjea, Sougata and Joshi, Anupam (2006): On the structural properties of massive telecom call graphs: findings and implications. In: Yu, Philip S., Tsotras, Vassilis J., Fox, Edward A. and Liu, Bing (eds.) Proceedings of the 2006 ACM CIKM International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management November 6-11, 2006, Arlington, Virginia, USA. pp. 435-444. Available online
Kagal, Lalana, Finin, Tim, Joshi, Anupam and Greenspan, Sol J. (2006): Security and Privacy Challenges in Open and Dynamic Environments. In IEEE Computer, 39 (6) pp. 89-91. Available online
Aleman-Meza, Boanerges, Nagarajan, Meenakshi, Ramakrishnan, Cartic, Ding, Li, Kolari, Pranam, Sheth, Amit P., Arpinar, I. Budak, Joshi, Anupam and Finin, Tim (2006): Semantic analytics on social networks: experiences in addressing the problem of conflict of interest detection. In: Proceedings of the 2006 International Conference on the World Wide Web 2006. pp. 407-416. Available online
In this paper, we describe a Semantic Web application that detects Conflict of Interest (COI) relationships among potential reviewers and authors of scientific papers. This application discovers various 'semantic associations' between the reviewers and authors in a populated ontology to determine a degree of Conflict of Interest. This ontology was created by integrating entities and relationships from two social networks, namely "knows," from a FOAF (Friend-of-a-Friend) social network and "co-author," from the underlying co-authorship network of the DBLP bibliography. We describe our experiences developing this application in the context of a class of Semantic Web applications, which have important research and engineering challenges in common. In addition, we present an evaluation of our approach for real-life COI detection.
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Ding, Li, Finin, Timothy W., Joshi, Anupam, Peng, Yun, Pan, Rong and Reddivari, Pavan (2005): Search on the Semantic Web. In IEEE Computer, 38 (10) pp. 62-69. Available online
Ding, Li, Zhou, Lina, Finin, Timothy W. and Joshi, Anupam (2005): How the Semantic Web is Being Used: An Analysis of FOAF Documents. In: HICSS 2005 - 38th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences 3-6 January, 2005, Big Island, HI, USA. . Available online
Finin, Timothy W., Mayfield, James, Joshi, Anupam, Cost, R. Scott and Fink, Clay (2005): Information Retrieval and the Semantic Web. In: HICSS 2005 - 38th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences 3-6 January, 2005, Big Island, HI, USA. . Available online
Patwardhan, Anand, Parker, Jim, Joshi, Anupam, Iorga, Michaela and Karygiannis, Tom (2005): Secure Routing and Intrusion Detection in Ad Hoc Networks. In: PerCom 2005 - 3rd IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications 8-12 March, 2005, Kauai Island, HI, USA. pp. 191-199. Available online
Ding, Li, Finin, Timothy W., Joshi, Anupam, Pan, Rong, Cost, R. Scott, Peng, Yun, Reddivari, Pavan, Doshi, Vishal and Sachs, Joel (2004): Swoogle: a search and metadata engine for the semantic web. In: Grossman, David A., Gravano, Luis, Zhai, Chengxiang, Herzog, Otthein and Evans, David A. (eds.) Proceedings of the 2004 ACM CIKM International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management November 8-13, 2004, Washington, DC, USA. pp. 652-659. Available online
Chen, Harry, Finin, Timothy W., Joshi, Anupam, Kagal, Lalana, Perich, Filip and Chakraborty, Dipanjan (2004): Intelligent Agents Meet the Semantic Web in Smart Spaces. In IEEE Internet Computing, 8 (6) pp. 69-79. Available online
Chen, Harry, Finin, Timothy W. and Joshi, Anupam (2004): Semantic Web in the Context Broker Architecture. In: PerCom 2004 - Proceedings of the Second IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications 14-17 March, 2004, Orlando, FL, USA. pp. 277-286. Available online
Ratsimor, Olga, Finin, Timothy W., Joshi, Anupam and Yesha, Yelena (2003): eNcentive: a framework for intelligent marketing in mobile peer-to-peer environments. In: Sadeh, Norman M., Dively, Mary Jo, Kauffman, Robert J., Labrou, Yannis, Shehory, Onn, Telang, Rahul and Cranor, Lorrie Faith (eds.) Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Electronic Commerce - ICEC 2003 September 30 - October 03, 2003, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. pp. 87-94. Available online
Kodeswaran, Sethuram Balaji, Ratsimore, Olga, Joshi, Anupam, Finin, Timothy W. and Yesha, Yelena (2003): Using Peer-to-Peer Data Routing for Infrastructure-Based Wireless Networks. In: PerCom03 - Proceedings of the First IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications March 23-26, 2003, Fort Worth, Texas, USA. pp. 305-. Available online
Shah, Urvi, Finin, Timothy W. and Joshi, Anupam (2002): Information retrieval on the semantic web. In: Proceedings of the 2002 ACM CIKM International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management November 4-9, 2002, McLean, VA, USA. pp. 461-468. Available online
Avancha, Sasikanth, Joshi, Anupam and Finin, Timothy W. (2002): Enhanced Service Discovery in Bluetooth. In IEEE Computer, 35 (6) pp. 96-99. Available online
Kagal, Lalana, Finin, Timothy W. and Joshi, Anupam (2001): Communications - Trust-Based Security in Pervasive Computing Environments. In IEEE Computer, 34 (12) pp. 154-157. Available online
Finin, Timothy W., Joshi, Anupam, Labrou, Yannis and Peng, Yun (2000): Multi-Agent Systems, Internet and Applications - Introduction. In: HICSS 2000 2000. . Available online
Joshi, Anupam and Singh, Munindar P. (1999): Multiagent Systems on the Net - Introduction. In Communications of the ACM, 42 (3) pp. 38-40. Available online
Joshi, Anupam, Ramakrishnan, Naren and Houstis, Elias N. (1998): Multiagent System Support of Networked Scientific Computing. In IEEE Internet Computing, 2 (3) pp. 69-83.
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