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Zwei Artikel bei LREC 2014 vorgelegt

Montag 15. September 2014

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Mai 2014

Das IMMI hat zwei Artikel bei der letzten Ausgabe der LREC-Konferenz (Language Resources and Evaluation Conference) vorgelegt, die in Reykjavik, Island, vom 26. bis zum 31. Mai 2014 stattgefunden hat.

Themen:

Standards for LRs, Metadata.

Abstract:

This paper describes the problems that must be addressed when studying large amounts of data over time which require entity normalization applied not to the usual genres of news or political speech, but to the genre of academic discourse about language resources, technologies and sciences. It reports on the normalization processes that had to be applied to produce data usable for computing statistics in three past studies on the LRE Map, the ISCA Archive and the LDC Bibliography. It shows the need for human expertise during normalization and the necessity to adapt the work to the study objectives. It investigates possible improvements for reducing the workload necessary to produce comparable results. Through this paper, we show the necessity to define and agree on international persistent and unique identifiers.

Sehen Sie den vollständigen Artikel hier: http://www.lrec-conf.org/proceedings/lrec2014/summaries/945.html

Themen:

ELRA Anthology, Language Resources, Language Processing Systems Evaluation, Text Analytics, Social Networks, ISLRN, Bibliometrics, Scientometrics.

Abstract:

This paper aims at analyzing the content of the LREC conferences contained in the ELRA Anthology over the past 15 years (1998-2013). It follows similar exercises that have been conducted, such as the survey on the IEEE ICASSP conference series from 1976 to 1990, which served in the launching of the ESCA Eurospeech conference, a survey of the Association of Computational Linguistics (ACL) over 50 years of existence, which was presented at the ACL conference in 2012, or a survey over the 25 years (1987-2012) of the conferences contained in the ISCA Archive, presented at Interspeech 2013. It contains first an analysis of the evolution of the number of papers and authors over time, including the study of their gender, nationality and affiliation, and of the collaboration among authors. It then studies the funding sources of the research investigations that are reported in the papers. It conducts an analysis of the evolution of the research topics within the community over time. It finally looks at reuse and plagiarism in the papers. The survey shows the present trends in the conference series and in the Language Resources and Evaluation scientific community. Conducting this survey also demonstrated the importance of a clear and unique identification of authors, papers and other sources to facilitate the analysis. This survey is preliminary, as many other aspects also deserve attention. But we hope it will help better understanding and forging our community in the global village.

Sehen Sie den vollständigen Artikel hier: http://www.lrec-conf.org/proceedings/lrec2014/summaries/1228.html

Online ansehen : LREC 2014 proceedings

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