I'm just spinning up a project in this area and would love to chat out of band with anyone who wants to collaborate.
René, the Reported Speech Tagger looks very cool. I look forward to trying it out!
A few more publications:
- The evri.com team uses a combination of "attribution verbs" quote-mark
searching, and entity extraction. "A large-scale system for annotating
and querying quotations in news feeds<http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1863879.1863886>."
- Here's the Europe Media Monitoring Paper: Opinion Mining on Newspaper
- There was also a big CMU initiative in this area recently. Here's
their technical report (2010): "Visualizing Topical Quotations Over Time
to Understand News Discourse<http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~nschneid/ravine-tr.pdf>
J. Nathan Matias <http://natematias.com/portfolio/> : MIT Media Lab
: (001)857 277 3397 : @natematias <http://twitter.com/natematias> :
On Mon, Apr 23, 2012 at 3:52 PM, René Witte <witte at semanticsoftware.info>wrote:
> > Does anyone know of any related corpora or articles on
> > the automatic detection of quotations and the attribution of authors to
> > quotations (for any domain)?
> Have a look at our Reported Speech Tagger components:
> And the corresponding publication:
> Ralf Krestel, Sabine Bergler, and René Witte:
> Minding the Source: Automatic Tagging of Reported Speech
> in Newspaper Articles.
> Proceedings of the Sixth International Language Resources and
> Conference (LREC 2008), Marrakech, Morocco, May 28–30, 2008.
> Cheers, René
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