The SmartData@PoliTO center focuses on Big Data technologies, and Data Science approaches. It blends interdisciplinary people and competences from different domains to provide cross-domain solutions to the widest spectrum of knowledge discovery challenges, by leveraging advanced expertise in data science, from data management, to data modeling, analytics, and engineering. It is a well-recognized center where experts in methodologies, and domain experts from various disciplines work in a single space, facing both theoretical problems and helping companies toward applications.

Seminars

Issues in Spatial Databases and Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Presenter: Hanan Samet (University of Maryland) Tuesday, May 28th, 2019 11:30 Location: Maxwell Room 5th Floor DET – Corso Castelfidardo, 42/a Get ticket on Eventbrite Abstract An introduction is given to the spatial database issues involved in the design of geographic information systems (GIS) from the perspective of a computer scientist.  Some of the topics to […]

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Does big data mean big knowledge?

Presenter: Emilio Paolucci (Politecnico di Torino) Friday, May 31st, 2019 15:00 Location: Maxwell Room 5th Floor DET – Corso Castelfidardo, 42/a Get ticket on Eventbrite Abstract Today, digitization and big data analytics penetrate all areas of life and create new ways of working, communicating and cooperating. Connecting individuals, enterprises, devices and governments enables easier transactions, […]

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Open Datasets & Libraries

Five Years at the Edge: Watching Internet from the ISP Network

This repository contains the data and the information available for the paper Five Years at the Edge: Watching Internet from the ISP Network, by Martino Trevisan, Danilo Giordano, Idilio Drago, Marco Mellia, Maurizio Munafò, ACM CoNEXT 2018, Heraklion, Crete. In the paper, we provide an in-depth longitudinal view of Internet traffic. We take the point of the […]

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A new approach to machine learning via group equivariant non-expansive operators and topological data analysis

Presenter: Patrizio Frosini Wednesday, May 15th, 2019 14:35 Location: Room 7D – Corso Duca degli Abruzzi, 24 Get ticket on Eventbrite Abstract In this talk we illustrate a new mathematical model for machine learning, which follows from the assumption that data cannot be studied directly, but only through the action of agents that transform them. […]

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