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Multimodal multimodel emotion analysis as linked data
The lack of a standard emotion representation model hinders emotion analysis due to the incompatibility of annotation formats and models from different sources, tools and annotation services. This is also a limiting ...
Automatic taxonomy generation: a use-case in the legal domain
(LTC'17, 8th Language & Technology Conference, 2017-11-17)
A key challenge in the legal domain is the adaptation and representation of the legal knowledge expressed through texts, in order for legal practitioners and researchers to access this information more easily and faster ...
Classifying sentential modality in legal language: A use case in financial regulations, acts and directives
Texts expressed in legal language are often di cult and time consuming for lawyers to read through, particularly for the purpose of identifying relevant deontic modalities (obligations, prohibitions and permissions). ...
Linking knowledge graphs across languages with semantic similarity and machine translation
(MLP 2017, 2017-09-04)
Knowledge graphs and ontologies underpin many natural language processing applications, and to apply these to new languages, these knowledge graphs must be translated. Up until now, this has been achieved either by direct ...