ROXANNE (Real time network, text, and speaker analytics for combating organized crime) is an EU funded collaborative research and innovation project, aiming to unmask criminal networks and their members as well as to reveal the true identity of perpetrators by combining the capabilities of speech/language technologies and visual analysis with network analysis.
The MANDO project is an open-source research initiative that endeavors to acquire an understanding of the structures of diverse smart contract graphs.
SoChainDB framework facilitates obtaining data from blockchain-powered social networks. To show the capacity and strength of SoChainDB, we crawl and publish Hive data - one of the largest blockchain-based social networks. SoChainDB is publicly accessible at http://sochaindb.com, and the dataset is available under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license.
LibraryGuru internally builds correlation databases among various functionality descriptions and Android APIs. These correlations are extracted from Android development tutorials, and SDK documents with domain-specific code parsing and natural language processing techniques adapted for functional APIs and event callback APIs separately and are matched against functionality queries to recommend relevant APIs for developers.