The Knowledge Engineering Group (KEG), lead by Prof. Rodica Potolea, PhD, is addressing problems for knowledge extraction, representation, storage and management that the information era has brought in various segments of human activity due to data overload.
The main fundamental theoretical aspects our group focuses on are: dealing with problem-specific features extraction from both structured data, pre-processing techniques for handling noisy and/or incomplete data, learning from balanced/unbalanced and structured/unstructured data.
Also, we tackle various practical approaches, such as:
Data Mining application prototypes for both structured data (assisted medical diagnosis, spam detection, signature recognition) and unstructured data (topic extraction, opinion mining, community detection, semi-supervised text labelling, contradiction detection).
Business Intelligence application prototypes dealing with heterogeneous data integration by ontology-driven, (semi-) automatic design of unified data structures and automatic design of the corresponding ETL processes.