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Chris Welty and I have presented our idea (at WebSci2013) on how to harness the disagreement between crowd text annotators in order to build gold standard data, which is closer to how people interpret relations between medical terms in text. … Continue reading

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Agora Digital Hermeneutics @ WebSci2013

At the WebSci2013 I presented our most recent work on how to use events to provide meaning to cultural collection objects. We designed an evaluation framework for online access to cultural heritage, which enables the assessment of online cultural heritage … Continue reading

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IBM Tech Report: Harnessing Disagreement in Crowdsourcing a Relation Extraction Gold Standard

The initial results from our October 2012 experiments got accepted as IBM technical report. We have presented updated results at the Web Science 2013 Conference, which cover also experiments until March 2013. Soon we will be publishing a new sets … Continue reading

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Harnessing Disagreement for Event Semantics @DERiVE2012

Chris Welty and I presented at the Derive2012 workshop, in conjunction with ISWC2012 Conference our paper focussing on how events can be detected & extracted from natural language text, and how those are represented for use on the semantic web. … Continue reading

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