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July 2017 HT '17: Proceedings of the 28th ACM Conference on Hypertext and Social Media
Publisher: ACM
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Knowledge of user's location provides valuable information that can be used to build region-specific models (e.g. language used in a particular region and map-based visualisations of social media posts). Determining a user's home location presents a challenge. Current approaches make use of geo-located tweets or textual cues but are often ...
Keywords: data mining, home location identification, geographic clustering, user geo-location

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July 2017 IEEE/ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics (TCBB): Volume 14 Issue 4, July 2017
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society Press
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The identification of duplicated and plagiarized passages of text has become an increasingly active area of research. In this paper, we investigate methods for plagiarism detection that aim to identify potential sources of plagiarism from MEDLINE, particularly when the original text has been modified through the replacement of words or ...

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January 2017 Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology: Volume 68 Issue 1, January 2017
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
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Topic models have been shown to be a useful way of representing the content of large document collections, for example, via visualization interfaces topic browsers. These systems enable users to explore collections by way of latent topics. A standard way to represent a topic is using a term list; that ...

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January 2017 Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology: Volume 68 Issue 1, January 2017
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
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Topic models have been shown to be a useful way of representing the content of large document collections, for example, via visualization interfaces topic browsers. These systems enable users to explore collections by way of latent topics. A standard way to represent a topic is using a term list; that ...

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January 2017 Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology: Volume 68 Issue 1, January 2017
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
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Topic models have been shown to be a useful way of representing the content of large document collections, for example, via visualization interfaces topic browsers. These systems enable users to explore collections by way of latent topics. A standard way to represent a topic is using a term list; that ...

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July 2016 Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology: Volume 67 Issue 7, July 2016
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
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We introduce a new problem, identifying the type of relation that holds between a pair of similar items in a digital library. Being able to provide a reason why items are similar has applications in recommendation, personalization, and search. We investigate the problem within the context of Europeana, a large ...
Keywords: natural language processing, information retrieval, similarity

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July 2016 Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology: Volume 67 Issue 7, July 2016
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
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We introduce a new problem, identifying the type of relation that holds between a pair of similar items in a digital library. Being able to provide a reason why items are similar has applications in recommendation, personalization, and search. We investigate the problem within the context of Europeana, a large ...
Keywords: natural language processing, information retrieval, similarity

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October 2015 DTMBIO '15: Proceedings of the ACM Ninth International Workshop on Data and Text Mining in Biomedical Informatics
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Keywords: word sense disambiguation, data mining, biomedical text processing, lbd, literature based discovery, wsd

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October 2015 CIKM '15: Proceedings of the 24th ACM International on Conference on Information and Knowledge Management
Publisher: ACM
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The main objective of the workshop is to bring together researchers who are interested in applications of topic models and improving their output. Our goal is to create a broad platform for researchers to share ideas that could improve the usability and interpretation of topic models. We expect this will ...
Keywords: topic evaluation, topic model applications, topic similarity, topic model, topic coherence, topic modeling

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January 2015 Science of Computer Programming: Volume 97 Issue P4, January 2015
Publisher: Elsevier North-Holland, Inc.
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Classic approaches to automatic input data generation are usually driven by the goal of obtaining program coverage and the need to solve or find solutions to path constraints to achieve this. As inputs are generated with respect to the structure of the code, they can be ineffective, difficult for humans ...
Keywords: Test data generation, Web searches, Regular expressions

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September 2014 JCDL '14: Proceedings of the 14th ACM/IEEE-CS Joint Conference on Digital Libraries
Publisher: IEEE Press
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Topic models have been shown to be a useful way of representing the content of large document collections, for example via visualisation interfaces (topic browsers). These systems enable users to explore collections by way of latent topics. A standard way to represent a topic is using a set of keywords, ...
Keywords: evaluation, information retrieval, topic model

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August 2014 Information Retrieval: Volume 17 Issue 4, August 2014
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
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Search boxes providing simple keyword-based search are insufficient when users have complex information needs or are unfamiliar with a collection, for example in large digital libraries. Browsing hierarchies can support these richer interactions, but many collections do not have a suitable hierarchy available. In this paper we present a number ...
Keywords: Evaluation, Interactive information retrieval, Browsing, Exploratory search, Hierarchical structures

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February 2014 Journal of Biomedical Informatics: Volume 47, February, 2014
Publisher: Elsevier Science
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Automatic processing of biomedical documents is made difficult by the fact that many of the terms they contain are ambiguous. Word Sense Disambiguation (WSD) systems attempt to resolve these ambiguities and identify the correct meaning. However, the published literature on WSD systems for biomedical documents report considerable differences in performance ...
Keywords: Natural Language Processing, Biomedical documents, WSD, Word Sense Disambiguation, Ambiguity, NLP

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February 2014 Journal of Biomedical Informatics: Volume 47 Issue C, February 2014
Publisher: Elsevier Science
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� We explore estimating WSD performance on a range of ambiguous biomedical terms.We evaluate the difficulty predictions against the output of two WSD systems.Supervised methods are the best predictors but limited by labeled training data.Unsupervised methods all perform well and can be applied more widely.Best performance was obtained using the ...
Keywords: Natural Language Processing, Biomedical documents, WSD, Word Sense Disambiguation, Ambiguity, NLP

15 published by ACM
December 2013 FIRE '12 & '13: Post-Proceedings of the 4th and 5th Workshops of the Forum for Information Retrieval Evaluation
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The automatic alignment of documents in a quasi-comparable corpus is an important research problem for a resource poor cross-language technologies. News stories form one of the most prolific and abundant language resource. The [email protected] task, cross-language !ndia news story search (CL!NSS), aimed to address the news story linking task across ...
Keywords: cross-language information retrieval, news search, Text reuse

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July 2013 SIGIR '13: Proceedings of the 36th international ACM SIGIR conference on Research and development in information retrieval
Publisher: ACM
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Current Information Retrieval systems for digital cultural heritage support only the actual search aspect of the information seeking process. This demonstration presents the second PATHS system which provides the exploration, analysis, and sense-making features to support the full information seeking process.
Keywords: demonstration, exploration, interactive information retrieval, information seeking

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March 2013 ICST '13: Proceedings of the 2013 IEEE Sixth International Conference on Software Testing, Verification and Validation
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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The frequent non-availability of an automated oracle means that, in practice, checking software behaviour is frequently a painstakingly manual task. Despite the high cost of human oracle involvement, there has been little research investigating how to make the role easier and less time-consuming. One source of human oracle cost is ...
Keywords: Search-Based Testing, Strings, Language Model, Crowd-Sourced Human Study

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January 2013 Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage (JOCCH): Volume 5 Issue 4, December 2012
Publisher: ACM
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Large amounts of cultural heritage content have now been digitized and are available in digital libraries. However, these are often unstructured and difficult to navigate. Automatic techniques for identifying similar items in these collections could be used to improve navigation since it would allow items that are implicitly connected to ...
Keywords: Europeana, semantic similarity, Digital libraries

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September 2012 TPDL'12: Proceedings of the Second international conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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Large amounts of digital cultural heritage (CH) information have become available over the past years, requiring more powerful exploration systems than just a search box. The PATHS system aims to provide an environment in which users can successfully explore a large, unknown collection through two modalities: following existing paths to ...

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September 2012 TPDL'12: Proceedings of the Second international conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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Large digital libraries have become available over the past years through digitisation and aggregation projects. These large collections present a challenge to the new user who wishes to discover what is available in the collections. Subject classification can help in this task, however in large collections it is frequently incomplete ...



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