Author Archives: Giuseppe Abrami

New article in Language Resources and Evaluation

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The following new publication was accepted in the Journal: Language Resources and Evaluation (Ed. Nancy Ide and Nicoletta Calzolari) [1] Multiple Annotation for Biodiversity: Developing an annotation framework among biology, linguistics and text technology Total: 1 A. Lücking, C. Driller, M. Stoeckel, G. Abrami, A. Pachzelt, and A. Mehler, “Multiple… Read more »

New submission on KI 2021

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The following new publication was accepted on: 44th German Conference on Artificial Intelligence, KI 2021 [1] Multi-Type-TD-TSR – Extracting Tables from Document Images using a Multi-stage Pipeline for Table Detection and Table Structure Recognition: from OCR to Structured Table Representations Total: 1 P. Fischer, A. Smajic, G. Abrami, and A…. Read more »

New submissions on ISA-17 (2021)

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The following new publications have been accepted: Seventeenth Joint ACL – ISO Workshop on Interoperable Semantic Annotation, ISA-17 (2021) [1] Unleashing annotations with TextAnnotator: Multimedia, multi-perspective document views for ubiquitous annotation [2] VoxML Annotation Tool Review and Suggestions for Improvement Total: 2 G. Abrami, A. Henlein, A. Lücking, A. Kett,… Read more »

New presentation @ International Conference of Social Computing (Bejing)

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Talk by Alexander Mehler et al on the topic: Multiple Texts as a Limiting Factor in Online Learning: Quantifying (Dis-)similarities of Knowledge Networks at 2020 International Conference of Social Computing, Bejing on December 14, 2020 More Information: and [1] [1] A. Mehler, W. Hemati, P. Welke, M. Konca, and T…. Read more »

New article in Frontiers in Education

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The following new publication has been published in the journal Frontiers in Education: [1] Multiple Texts as a Limiting Factor in Online Learning: Quantifying (Dis-)similarities of Knowledge Networks [1] A. Mehler, W. Hemati, P. Welke, M. Konca, and T. Uslu, “Multiple Texts as a Limiting Factor in Online Learning: Quantifying… Read more »

New article at Biodiversity Information Science and Standards

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The following new publication has been published in the journal Biodiversity Information Science and Standards: [1] Fast and Easy Access to Central European Biodiversity Data with BIOfid [1] C. Driller, M. Koch, G. Abrami, W. Hemati, A. Lücking, A. Mehler, A. Pachzelt, and G. Kasperek, “Fast and Easy Access to… Read more »

We took part in EvaLatin 2020; our approach was among the top three results in each task

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We took part in EvaLatin 2020; our approach was among the top three results in each task. EvaLatin is co-located with LREC2020. Here are the results. [1] Voting for POS tagging of Latin texts: Using the flair of FLAIR to better Ensemble Classifiers by Example of Latin [1] M. Stoeckel,… Read more »