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Re: CfP: Semantic Web Challenge (ISWC2020) - Mining the Web of HTML-embedded Product Data

From: Phil Archer <phil.archer@gs1.org>
Date: Wed, 4 Mar 2020 14:16:15 +0000
To: Anna Primpeli <anna@informatik.uni-mannheim.de>, "semantic-web@w3.org" <semantic-web@w3.org>, "public-vocabs@w3.org" <public-vocabs@w3.org>, "public-schemaorg@w3.org" <public-schemaorg@w3.org>
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I'm trying to follow up on this as GS1 has some code lists and our
schema.org extension (https://gs1.org/voc) that might be of direct
interest (and we may even have some ground truth as well but it's tied
up in licensing so may not be useable here).

But https://ir-ischool-uos.github.io/mwpd/ returns a security warning.
Can you fix that please Anna?

We have more than a passing interest in seeing what comes out of this
challenge!

Thanks

Phil

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On 04/03/2020 12:33, Anna Primpeli wrote:
> Dear Colleagues,
>
> you are cordially invited to participate in the Semantic Web Challenge: Mining
> the Web of HTML-embedded Product Data  collocated with ISWC 2020. Please also
> kindly forward the following CfP to your professional network.
>
> *Call for Participation:*
>
> *Mining the Web of HTML-embedded Product Data*
>
> *(co-located with ISWC2020)*
>
> *1. Overview*
>
> The Semantic Web Challenge on Mining the Web of HTML-embedded Product Data is
> co-located with the 19th International Semantic Web Conference
> (https://iswc2020.semanticweb.org/, 2-6 Nov 2020 at Athens, Greece). The
> challenge organises two shared tasks related to product data mining on the Web:
> (1) product matching and (2) product classification. This event is organised by
> The University of Sheffield, The University of Mannheim and Amazon, and is open
> to anyone. Systems successfully beating the baseline of the respective task,
> will be invited to write a paper describing their method and system and present
> the method as a poster (and potentially also a short talk) at the ISWC2020
> conference. Winners of each task will be awarded 500 euro as prize (partly
> sponsored by Peak Indicators, https://www.peakindicators.com/).
>
> *2. Challenge website*
>
> For details of the challenge please visit https://ir-ischool-uos.github.io/mwpd/
>
> *3. Important dates*
>
> 02 March 2020: Google support group open. Please join the group at
> https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/mwpd2020if you wish to take part in this
> event
>
> 16 March 2020: Release of the training and validation sets
>
> 01 June 2020: Release of the test set (without ground truth)
>
> 15 June 2020: Submission of system output
>
> 08 July 2020: Publication of system results and notification of acceptance for
> presentation
>
> *4. Task and dataset brief*
>
> The challenge organises two tasks, product matching and product categorisation.
>
> *i) Product Matching*deals with identifying product offers on different websites
> that refer to the same real-world product (e.g., the same iPhone X model offered
> using different names/offer titles as well as different descriptions on various
> websites). A multi-million product offer corpus (16M) containing product offer
> clusters is released for the generation of training data. A validation set
> containing 1.1K offer pairs and a test set of 600 offer pairs will also be
> released. The goal of this task is to classify if the offer pairs in these
> datasets are match (i.e., referring to the same product) or non-match.
>
> *ii) Product classification*deals with assigning predefined product category
> labels (which can be multiple levels) to product instances (e.g., iPhone X is a
> ‘SmartPhone’, and also ‘Electronics’). A training dataset containing 10K product
> offers, a validation set of 3K product offers and a test set of 3K product
> offers will be released. Each dataset contains product offers with their
> metadata (e.g., name, description, URL) and three classification labels each
> corresponding to a level in the GS1 Global Product Classification taxonomy. The
> goal is to classify these product offers into the pre-defined category labels.
>
> All datasets are built based on structured data that was extracted from the
> Common Crawl (https://commoncrawl.org/) by the Web Data Commons project
> (http://webdatacommons.org/).
>
> *5. Resources and tools*
>
> The challenge will also release utility code (in Python) for processing the
> above datasets and scoring the system outputs. In addition, the following
> language resources for product-related data mining tasks:
>
> ·A text corpus of 150 million product offer descriptions
>
> ·Word embeddings trained on the above corpus
>
>
>        6. Organizing committee
>
> ·Dr Ziqi Zhang (Information School, The University of Sheffield)
>
> ·Prof. Christian Bizer (Institute of Computer Science and Business Informatics,
> The Mannheim University)
>
> ·Dr Haiping Lu (Department of Computer Science, The University of Sheffield)
>
> ·Dr Jun Ma (Amazon Inc. Seattle, US)
>
> ·Prof. Paul Clough (Information School, The University of Sheffield & Peak
> Indicators)
>
> ·Ms Anna Primpeli (Institute of Computer Science and Business Informatics, The
> Mannheim University)
>
> ·Mr Ralph Peeters (Institute of Computer Science and Business Informatics, The
> Mannheim University)
>
> ·Mr. Abdulkareem Alqusair (Information School, The University of Sheffield)
>
> *7. Contact*
>
> To contact the organising committee please use the Google discussion group
> https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/mwpd2020
>

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