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Advanced Language Technologies for Digital Libraries

International Workshops on NLP4DL 2009, Viareggio, Italy, June 15, 2009 and AT4DL 2009, Trento, Italy, September 8, 2009

Bernardi, Raffaella, Segond, Frederique, Zaihrayeu, Ilya (Eds.)

2011, XI, 171p.

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  • <p>Up-to-date results </p><p>Fast-track conference proceedings </p><p>State-of-the-art research</p>

This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post proceedings of two international workshops on special aspects of digital libraries, namely the First International Workshop on Natural Language Processing for Digital Libraries, NLP4DL 2009, held in Viareggio, Italy in June 2009 and the CACAO Project Workshop Advanced Technologies for Digital Libraries, AT4DL 2009, held in Trento, Italy in September 2009.
A new open call was sent after the workshops. The revised full papers presented at the workshops and the newly submitted ones went through two rounds of reviewing and revision. The 10 papers selected address various aspects of NLP in digital libraries, search, classification, and digital document processing.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » adaptive search - document analysis - document retrieval - multilingual access - name disambiguities - parsing - wikipedia

Related subjects » Artificial Intelligence - Database Management & Information Retrieval - Theoretical Computer Science

Table of contents 

Efficient Search in Hidden Text of Large DjVu Documents.-Towards the Processing of Historic Documents.-Hierarchical Classification of OAI Metadata Using the DDC Taxonomy.-Moving towards Adaptive Search in Digital Libraries.-Automatic Gazetteer Generation from Wikipedia.-Hybrid and Interactive Domain-Specific Translation for Multilingual Access to Digital Libraries.-Metadata Enrichment via Topic Models for Author Name Disambiguation.-Semantic Disambiguation in Folksonomy: A Case Study.-Advances in Deep Parsing of Scholarly Paper Content.-Robust Argumentative Zoning for Sensemaking in Scholarly Documents.

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