About LiMoSINe

Posted by Anne Schuth

We increasingly live our life online. Information is accumulated on a wide range of human activities, from science and facts, to personal content, opinions, and trends. Across the globe, people’s knowledge, experiences and interactions effortlessly find their way to online outlets, alongside traditional edited content, ready to be shared with millions. LiMoSINe will integrate the research activities of leading researchers across diverse topics with a view to enabling new kinds of language-based search technology. See about for more information.

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Overview of the 2nd Author Profiling Task at PAN 2014

Rangel, F., Rosso P., Chugur I., Potthast M., Trenkmann M., Stein B., et al. (2014).  Overview of the 2nd Author Profiling Task at PAN 2014. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference of the CLEF Initiative.

Supporting Scientific Knowledge Discovery with Extended Generalized Formal Concept Analysis

The Spectra of Reducible Matrices over Complete Commutative Idempotent Semifields

On Concept Lattices as Information Channels

Valverde-Albacete, F. J., Peláez-Moreno C., & Peñas A. (2014).  On Concept Lattices as Information Channels. (Karell Bertet, Sebastian Rudolph, Ed.).Concept Lattices and Their Applications (CLA 2014). 119–131.

Activating Generalized Fuzzy Implications from Galois Connections

The spectra of irreducible matrices over completed idempotent semifields

Overview of RepLab 2014: Author Profiling and Reputation Dimensions for Online Reputation Management

Amigó, E., Carrillo-de-Albornoz J., Chugur I., Corujo A., Gonzalo J., Meij E., et al. (2014).  Overview of RepLab 2014: Author Profiling and Reputation Dimensions for Online Reputation Management. Information Access Evaluation. Multilinguality, Multimodality, and Interaction - 5th International Conference of the {CLEF} Initiative, {CLEF} 2014, Sheffield, UK, September 15-18, 2014. Proceedings. 307–322.

Entity-Based Filtering and Topic Detection for Online Reputation Monitoring in Twitter

“Picture the scene...”; Visually Summarising Social Media Events