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| authors = [[Brent Hecht]]<br />[[Nicole Starosielski]]<br />[[Drew Dara-Abrams]]
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| link = http://www-users.cs.umn.edu/~bhecht/publications/bhecht_aaaiint2007_narrative.pdf
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'''Generating Educational Tourism Narratives from Wikipedia''' - scientific work related to [[Wikipedia quality]] published in 2007, written by [[Brent Hecht]], [[Nicole Starosielski]] and [[Drew Dara-Abrams]].
 
'''Generating Educational Tourism Narratives from Wikipedia''' - scientific work related to [[Wikipedia quality]] published in 2007, written by [[Brent Hecht]], [[Nicole Starosielski]] and [[Drew Dara-Abrams]].
  
 
== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
 
Authors present a narrative theory-based approach to data mining that generates cohesive stories from a [[Wikipedia]] corpus. This approach is based on a data mining-friendly view of narrative derived from narratology, and uses a prototype mining algorithm that implements this view. Authors initial test case and focus is that of field-based educational tour narrative generation, for which authors have successfully implemented a proof-of-concept system called Minotour. This system operates on a client-server model, in which the server mines a Wikipedia database dump to generate narratives between any two spatial [[features]] that have associated Wikipedia articles. The server then delivers those narratives to mobile device clients.
 
Authors present a narrative theory-based approach to data mining that generates cohesive stories from a [[Wikipedia]] corpus. This approach is based on a data mining-friendly view of narrative derived from narratology, and uses a prototype mining algorithm that implements this view. Authors initial test case and focus is that of field-based educational tour narrative generation, for which authors have successfully implemented a proof-of-concept system called Minotour. This system operates on a client-server model, in which the server mines a Wikipedia database dump to generate narratives between any two spatial [[features]] that have associated Wikipedia articles. The server then delivers those narratives to mobile device clients.

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Generating Educational Tourism Narratives from Wikipedia
Authors
Brent Hecht
Nicole Starosielski
Drew Dara-Abrams
Publication date
2007
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Generating Educational Tourism Narratives from Wikipedia - scientific work related to Wikipedia quality published in 2007, written by Brent Hecht, Nicole Starosielski and Drew Dara-Abrams.

Overview

Authors present a narrative theory-based approach to data mining that generates cohesive stories from a Wikipedia corpus. This approach is based on a data mining-friendly view of narrative derived from narratology, and uses a prototype mining algorithm that implements this view. Authors initial test case and focus is that of field-based educational tour narrative generation, for which authors have successfully implemented a proof-of-concept system called Minotour. This system operates on a client-server model, in which the server mines a Wikipedia database dump to generate narratives between any two spatial features that have associated Wikipedia articles. The server then delivers those narratives to mobile device clients.