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F. Giannotti, Greco, S., Saccà, D., and Zaniolo, C., Programming with Non-Determinism in Deductive Databases, Ann. Math. Artif. Intell., vol. 19, pp. 97-125, 1997.
F. Giannotti, Nanni, M., Pedreschi, D., and Samaritani, F., WebCat: Automatic Categorization of Web Search Results, in SEBD, 2003, pp. 507-518.
F. Giannotti, Trasarti, R., Bontcheva, K., and Grossi, V., SoBigData: Social Mining & Big Data Ecosystem, in Companion of the The Web Conference 2018 on The Web Conference 2018, 2018.
F. Giannotti, Manco, G., Nanni, M., and Pedreschi, D., Datalog++: a Basis for Active Object.Oriented Databases, in SEBD, 1997, pp. 325-340.
F. Giannotti, Nanni, M., and Pedreschi, D., Efficient Mining of Temporally Annotated Sequences, in SDM, 2006.
F. Giannotti, Manco, G., Nanni, M., and Pedreschi, D., Datalog++: A Basis for Active Object-Oriented Databases, in DOOD, 1997, pp. 283-301.
F. Giannotti, Nanni, M., Pedreschi, D., and Pinelli, F., Mining sequences with temporal annotations, in SAC, 2006, pp. 593-597.
F. Giannotti, Nanni, M., Pedreschi, D., Renso, C., Rinzivillo, S., and Trasarti, R., GeoPKDD – Geographic Privacy-aware Knowledge Discovery, in The European Future Technologies Conference (FET 2009), 2009.
F. Giannotti, Nanni, M., Pedreschi, D., Renso, C., and Trasarti, R., Mining Mobility Behavior from Trajectory Data, in CSE (4), 2009, pp. 948-951.
F. Giannotti, Manco, G., and Wijsen, J., Logical Languages for Data Mining, in Logics for Emerging Applications of Databases, 2003, pp. 325-361.
F. Giannotti, Manco, G., and Pedreschi, D., A Deductive Data Model for Representing and Querying Semistructured Data, in APPIA-GULP-PRODE, 1997, pp. 129-140.
F. Giannotti and Pedreschi, D., Datalog with Non-Deterministic Choice Computers NDB-PTIME, J. Log. Program., vol. 35, pp. 79-101, 1998.
F. Giannotti, Mazzoni, A., Puntoni, S., and Renso, C., Synthetic generation of cellular network positioning data, in GIS, 2005, pp. 12-20.
F. Giannotti, Manco, G., and Turini, F., Specifying Mining Algorithms with Iterative User-Defined Aggregates, IEEE Trans. Knowl. Data Eng., vol. 16, pp. 1232-1246, 2004.
F. Giannotti, Manco, G., Nanni, M., and Pedreschi, D., Query Answering in Nondeterministic, Nonmonotonic Logic Databases, in FQAS, 1998, pp. 175-187.
F. Giannotti, Manco, G., Nanni, M., and Pedreschi, D., On the Effective Semantics of Nondeterministic, Nonmonotonic, Temporal Logic Databases, in CSL, 1998, pp. 58-72.
F. Giannotti, Nanni, M., Pedreschi, D., and Pinelli, F., Trajectory pattern analysis for urban traffic, in Second International Workshop on Computational Transportation Science, SEATTLE, USA, 2009, pp. 43-47.
F. Giannotti, Manco, G., and Turini, F., Towards a Logic Query Language for Data Mining, in Database Support for Data Mining Applications, 2004, pp. 76-94.
F. Giannotti, Manco, G., Nanni, M., Pedreschi, D., and Turini, F., Integration of Deduction and Induction for Mining Supermarket Sales Data, in SEBD, 1999, pp. 117-131.
F. Giannotti, Pedreschi, D., and Theodoridis, Y., Geographic privacy-aware knowledge discovery and delivery, in EDBT, 2009, pp. 1157-1158.
F. Giannotti and Manco, G., Querying Inductive Databases via Logic-Based User-Defined Aggregates, in PKDD, 1999, pp. 125-135.
F. Giannotti, Nanni, M., Pinelli, F., and Pedreschi, D., Trajectory pattern mining, in KDD, 2007, pp. 330-339.
F. Giannotti, Nanni, M., Pedreschi, D., Pinelli, F., Renso, C., Rinzivillo, S., and Trasarti, R., Unveiling the complexity of human mobility by querying and mining massive trajectory data, VLDB J., vol. 20, pp. 695-719, 2011.
F. Giannotti, Matteucci, A., Pedreschi, D., and Turini, F., Symbolic Evaluation with Structural Recursive Symbolic Constants, Sci. Comput. Program., vol. 9, pp. 161-177, 1987.
F. Giannotti, Gabrielli, L., Pedreschi, D., and Rinzivillo, S., Understanding human mobility with big data, in Solving Large Scale Learning Tasks. Challenges and Algorithms, Springer International Publishing, 2016, pp. 208–220.

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