[Corpora-List] New techniques in text processing

Phil Gooch philgooch at gmail.com
Tue Feb 5 08:39:25 CET 2013


If you're interested in extracting narrative event chains, then this might be worth looking at

http://malt.ml.cmu.edu/mw/index.php/Chambers_and_Jurafsky,_Unsupervised_Learning_of_Narrative_Event_Chains,_ACL_2008

Also, application of deep learning techniques might be of interest

http://deeplearning.net/

Phil

On Tue, Feb 5, 2013 at 3:44 AM, Amac Herdagdelen <amac at herdagdelen.com>wrote:


> Dear Corpora Members,
>
> A colleague of mine who is currently doing his PhD in political science
> asked me this interesting question:
>
> "One of the hallmarks of Political Science (for better or for worse) is
> importing techniques from other disciplines and figuring out how to make
> them work in the Political context. As far as text processing the latest
> and greatest that we have in our literature is LDA. Is there anything
> new/fun that jumps to mind that I should read up on? LDA papers have won
> our "Best Methodological Innovation" awards 3 years running."
>
> What are your thoughts? What new things do we have/know to offer other
> fields?
>
> Best,
>
> Amaš
>
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