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DEESSE

Olivier Van Laere, Ilaria Bordino, Yelena Mejova, Mounia Lalmas
2014 Proceedings of the 23rd ACM International Conference on Conference on Information and Knowledge Management - CIKM '14  
We present DEESSE [1], a tool that enables an exploratory and serendipitous exploration -at entity level, of the content of two different social media: Wikipedia, a user-curated online encyclopedia, and  ...  DEESSE represents the content of each source as an entity network, which is further enriched with metadata about sentiment, writing quality, and topical category.  ...  Our system, dubbed DEESSE (entity-Driven Exploratory and serendipitous Search SystEm), is based on the paradigm of entity search [2, 12, 13] , which is nowadays a prominent alternative to document search  ... 
doi:10.1145/2661829.2661853 dblp:conf/cikm/LaereBML14 fatcat:hcambp2myjbord4k2llajmzvbu

"Driving curiosity in search with large-scale entity networks" by Ilaria Bordino, Mounia Lalmas, Yelena Mejova, and Olivier Van Laere with Martin Vesely as coordinator

Ilaria Bordino, Olivier Van Laere, Mounia Lalmas, Yelena Mejova
2014 ACM SIGWEB Newsletter  
We developed an entity search system designed to support such an experience.  ...  question & answering forum -in promoting serendipitous search.  ...  EXPLORATORY AND SERENDIPITOUS SEARCH SYSTEM) We develop an entity-based exploratory search framework, dubbed DEESSE (entity-Driven Exploratory and serendipitous Search SystEm), and designed to support  ... 
doi:10.1145/2682914.2682919 fatcat:kbdmek75jrdctmzcz6luyoyihq

Majeed_columbia_0054D_12853.pdf [article]

2017
" and "originary" throughout the nineteenth century.  ...  Most importantly, my research reveals the intellectual and pictorial dialogue between anthropology and art that lead to the foundation of two seminal museums, The Museum of Ethnography and The Museum of  ...  to all humans, in the European tradition it takes on a particular tone, and is, indeed, fundamental to the system, of structuring dichotomies which make the system what it is," in On Collecting: An  ... 
doi:10.7916/d8w66tf6 fatcat:3sjzmv2nobdgtmn7bo7xleq46y