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

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

Exploiting Twitter and Wikipedia for the annotation of event images

McParlane, P. J., & Jose J. M. (2014).  Exploiting Twitter and Wikipedia for the annotation of event images. The 37th International {ACM} {SIGIR} Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval, {SIGIR} '14, Gold Coast , QLD, Australia - July 06 - 11, 2014. 1175–1178.

"Nobody comes here anymore, it's too crowded"; Predicting Image Popularity on Flickr

McParlane, P. J., Moshfeghi Y., & Jose J. M. (2014).  "Nobody comes here anymore, it's too crowded"; Predicting Image Popularity on Flickr. International Conference on Multimedia Retrieval, {ICMR} '14, Glasgow, United Kingdom - April 01 - 04, 2014. 385.

Collections for Automatic Image Annotation and Photo Tag Recommendation

McParlane, P. J., Moshfeghi Y., & Jose J. M. (2014).  Collections for Automatic Image Annotation and Photo Tag Recommendation. MultiMedia Modeling - 20th Anniversary International Conference, {MMM} 2014, Dublin, Ireland, January 6-10, 2014, Proceedings, Part {I}. 133–145.