Neural Networks driven Fuzzy Reasoning

Yesterday my son (who is 8 months) was “playing” with one of my computers (playing consisting mostly of banging the keyboard). It was a fresh installation, so I didn’t pay much attention. When I had a look at the screen, I saw one document open: it was an old work I did as part of an undergraduate course “Neural Network Reason Fuzzy Reasoning” (sort of a report on some soft computing techniques). It must have been in a dropbox folder

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SWAT4LS: 10 years after

SWAT4LS (Semantic Web Applications and Tools for Life Sciences) will be held this year in Rome, Dec. 4th-7th. This year marks the 10th consecutive year for SWAT4LS, and this calls for a little retrospective on its history. That is this post, from my perspective as a co-organizer. I think the origin of the workshop can be traced to a Nettab workshop: A Semantic Web for Bioinformatics: Goals, Tools, Systems, Applications. The following year, Paolo Romano, who was organizing Nettab, suggested to have a

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The role of the data modeler

Originally posted on Linkedin. I have been developing “data models” in a few occasions, but I always found it difficult to define, exactly, what I was doing as a “data modeller”. So this post is an attempt to explain to myself, and perhaps to discuss with others, what being a data modeller is about. At least from my experience. Perhaps this can be reduced to a simple question: what does doing a data model look like? Is it like designing

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Publications

While I don’t have much time anymore to write papers, a list my main publications are indexed by Research Gate.

Some of the presentations I gave  are available on slides share.