[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


Also, application of deep learning techniques might be of interest



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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