[Corpora-List] InfoFramework

Alexander Osherenko osherenko at gmx.de
Mon Apr 9 11:15:18 CEST 2012

Hi Justin, Eric,

thanks for your suggestions. I also thought about YouTube but the full narration would be very comprehensive. That's why only slides.

My program (I call it framework) facilitates creation of statistical classification programs. It processes a data corpus and composes corresponding statistical datasets that can be used to create prototypes of classification programs.

More specifically, 1) the framework processes a corpus (for example, a textual containing movie reviews or neurobiological with ECGs) and creates statistical datasets. These datasets can be 2) evaluated using WEKA classifiers, 3) fused, 4) optimized or 5) indicated as the basis for creation of a program prototype in the form of a NetBeans project with Java sources.

For example, Emotext for long texts can be an example of a program prototype in step 5 (http://socioware.de/EmoTextDemo/servlet/InputForm). If you glance over the result output you will see that the demo relies on different datasets that can be composed by my framework at steps 1,2,3,4.


2012/4/8 Eric Atwell <E.S.Atwell at leeds.ac.uk>

> Alexander,
> I agree a video with narration would be easier to follow than ppt.
> My NLP/CL course website includes simple instructions for students:
> "... Make a SHORT (1-2 minutes) video on this topic. An easy way to do
> this is: make a short PowerPoint presentation; Save as JPG (save each
> slide as a separate file); in MS Movie Maker, load the slides as a
> sequence of still images; add audio narration; Save movie to your
> desktop. If you prefer, you can use other methods to make the movie.
> Register a Youtube account; upload the movie to Youtube ..."
> See example videos at: http://www.comp.leeds.ac.uk/**ai32/<http://www.comp.leeds.ac.uk/ai32/>
> Eric Atwell, Leeds University
> On Sun, 8 Apr 2012, Justin Washtell wrote:
> Hi Alexander,
>> Your system certainly looks interesting, but I can't understand what it
>> does (except that it was used for EmoText).
>> Perhaps you could release a version that includes an introduction and
>> audio commentary?
>> Regards,
>> Justin Washtell
>> University of Leeds
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>> From: corpora-bounces at uib.no [corpora-bounces at uib.no] On Behalf Of
>> Alexander Osherenko [osherenko at gmx.de]
>> Sent: 08 April 2012 15:43
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>> Subject: [Corpora-List] InfoFramework
>> Hello,
>> I habe published a small Powerpoint presentation (6 slides) with a set of
>> snapshots of my framework for experimentation and rapid prototyping. You
>> might be interested in it:
>> http://socioware.de/6slides_**framework_english.ppt<http://socioware.de/6slides_framework_english.ppt>
>> Best
>> Alexander Osherenko
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