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| authors = [[Michele Filannino]]<br />[[Goran Nenadic]]
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| doi = 10.3115/v1/W14-4502
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| link = http://www.aclweb.org/anthology/W/W14/W14-4502.pdf
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'''Mining Temporal Footprints from Wikipedia''' - scientific work related to [[Wikipedia quality]] published in 2014, written by [[Michele Filannino]] and [[Goran Nenadic]].
 
'''Mining Temporal Footprints from Wikipedia''' - scientific work related to [[Wikipedia quality]] published in 2014, written by [[Michele Filannino]] and [[Goran Nenadic]].
  
 
== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
 
Discovery of temporal information is key for organising knowledge and therefore the task of extracting and representing temporal information from texts has received an increasing interest. In this paper authors focus on the discovery of temporal footprints from encyclopaedic descriptions. Temporal footprints are time-line periods that are associated to the existence of specific concepts. Authors approach relies on the extraction of date mentions and prediction of lower and upper boundaries that define temporal footprints. Authors report on several experiments on persons’ pages from [[Wikipedia]] in order to illustrate the feasibility of the proposed methods.
 
Discovery of temporal information is key for organising knowledge and therefore the task of extracting and representing temporal information from texts has received an increasing interest. In this paper authors focus on the discovery of temporal footprints from encyclopaedic descriptions. Temporal footprints are time-line periods that are associated to the existence of specific concepts. Authors approach relies on the extraction of date mentions and prediction of lower and upper boundaries that define temporal footprints. Authors report on several experiments on persons’ pages from [[Wikipedia]] in order to illustrate the feasibility of the proposed methods.

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Mining Temporal Footprints from Wikipedia
Authors
Michele Filannino
Goran Nenadic
Publication date
2014
DOI
10.3115/v1/W14-4502
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Mining Temporal Footprints from Wikipedia - scientific work related to Wikipedia quality published in 2014, written by Michele Filannino and Goran Nenadic.

Overview

Discovery of temporal information is key for organising knowledge and therefore the task of extracting and representing temporal information from texts has received an increasing interest. In this paper authors focus on the discovery of temporal footprints from encyclopaedic descriptions. Temporal footprints are time-line periods that are associated to the existence of specific concepts. Authors approach relies on the extraction of date mentions and prediction of lower and upper boundaries that define temporal footprints. Authors report on several experiments on persons’ pages from Wikipedia in order to illustrate the feasibility of the proposed methods.