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Publication type: Conference Papers

While (mainly) designed to answer users’ needs, search engines and recommendation systems do not necessarily guarantee the exposure of the data they store and index while it can be essential for information providers. A recent research direction so called “fair” exposure of documents tackles this problem in information retrieval. It has mainly been cast into […]

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Publication type: Conference Papers

Natural Language Processing (NLP) of textual data is usually broken down into a sequence of several subtasks, where the output of one the subtasks becomes the input to the following one, which constitutes an NLP pipeline. Many third-party NLP tools are currently available, each performing distinct NLP subtasks. However, it is difficult to integrate several […]

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Publication type: Conference Papers

This article presents the model that generated the runs submitted by the R2I LIS team to the VarDial2019 evaluation campaign, more particularly, to the binary classification by dialect sub-task of the Moldavian vs. Romanian Cross-dialect Topic identification (MRC) task. The team proposed a majority vote-based model, between five supervised machine learning models, trained on forty […]

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Deep Learning is more and more used in NLP tasks, such as in relation classification of texts. This paper assesses the impact of syntactic dependencies in this task at two levels. The first level concerns the generic Word Embedding (WE) as input of the classification model, the second level concerns the corpus whose relations have […]

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