[Clam-devel] Re: [CLAM] CLAM presentation at WWW 2009

Jun Jun wangjun at dsp.ac.cn
Thu Apr 23 23:15:52 PDT 2009

Thanks, Xavi and Leslie.
Now... I'm listening to Sophie Zelmani's music, and trying hard to find a way to watch xavi's videos, as youtube seems banned here :-(

As I mentioned in the end of that demo paper, I'm doing some experimental thing recently, to answer a futher question related to Aggregator- "Can we get richer information from the aggregated things?". Now the answer is clearly yes!

To put it simply, say we've constructed a Knowledge Base with the information aggregated, however, 20% of the artists don't have any mood annotations. The experiment shows that, with benefits of both semantic-web technologies and this framework, it can predict the mood tag of these unknown artists, with acurracies of ~70% (note that a random prediction is just of 20% for 5 mood classifications). Plus, the whole prediction process is done in a pretty decent way.

I think the result is very interesting and promising. With the flexible and well-designed framework of CLAM, I'm eager to see what next we may achieve.


  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Leslie Hawthorn 
  To: Xavier 
  Cc: clam-devel at llistes.projectes.lafarga.org ; clam 
  Sent: Friday, April 24, 2009 12:18 PM
  Subject: Re: [CLAM] CLAM presentation at WWW 2009

  Hi Xavier,

  On Thu, Apr 23, 2009 at 6:15 AM, Xavier <xavier at amatriain.net> wrote:

    Here you can watch the videos of our presentation of the CLAM Aggregator at the WWW 2009 conference that is being held in Madrid this week (they are 3 videos with some discontinuities ):


    As explained in the talk, this is mostly the result of Jun's work, which started with a Google Summer of Code project. Congrats Jun for such a great outcome of your work in CLAM!

  Are these videos released under an open content license, e.g. Creative Commons? If so, it'd be great to link to them from here:


  Jun, congratulations for your great work on CLAM. What are you doing now?


  Leslie Hawthorn


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