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There will be 2 90 minute Research Challenge sessions on Thursday and Friday afternoon.
We have identified 5 themes for multi-disciplinary / computational research.
Participants must indicate their interest in participation in at most 2 themes - primary and secondary.
Depending on the response we may choose to conduct all 5 themes in parallel over both
sessions or design an alternative scenario.
Participants are also free to propose additional multi-disciplinary themes or propose
merging or splitting themes.
- Network Analysis and Visual Analytics and Machine Learning and Prediction
Coordinators: Bill Ribarsky and Akhtarur Siddique and Amitabh Varshney
- Network analysis and clustering and prediction
- Latent variables and hidden networks and hypergraphs
- Network evolution
- Information visualization pertaining to systemic risk
- Contractual Reasoning and Semantics and Taxonomies and Metadata
Coordinators: Benjamin Grosof and Leora Morgenstern and Andreas Cali and Frank Olken
- Parsimonious/machine representation of a financial contract
- Contract evolution
- Data models and schema.
- Taxonomies and ontologies and poly-hierarchies
- Validation and reasoning
- Information Integration and Entity Resolution and Information Quality
Coordinators: Lucian Popa and Joe Langsam and Rachel Pottinger
- Human language technologies and document collections
- Information extraction
- LEI and post LEI challenges
- Entity resolution
- Social Media and Crowdsourcing and Markets
Coordinators: Johannes Gehrke and Louiqa Raschid and Michael Wellman
- Social media modeling and prediction
- Market mechanisms
- Prediction markets
- Agent based models
- Model Representation and Model Management
Coordinators: Phil Bernstein and H.V. Jagadish and Amol Deshpande and Pete Kyle
- Data models and schema and metadata
- Representing financial models as first-class data objects
- Reconciling different perspectives in representation: financial, accounting, legal, …
- Error correction, and propagation of corrections through derived data