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Topic Stability over Noisy Sources [article]

Jing Su and Oisín Boydell and Derek Greene and Gerard Lynch
2015 arXiv   pre-print
Topic modelling techniques such as LDA have recently been applied to speech transcripts and OCR output. These corpora may contain noisy or erroneous texts which may undermine topic stability. Therefore, it is important to know how well a topic modelling algorithm will perform when applied to noisy data. In this paper we show that different types of textual noise will have diverse effects on the stability of different topic models. From these observations, we propose guidelines for text corpus
more » ... neration, with a focus on automatic speech transcription. We also suggest topic model selection methods for noisy corpora.
arXiv:1508.01067v1 fatcat:thskdjuh7jcpli7jl7kzke46ra

From social bookmarking to social summarization

Oisin Boydell, Barry Smyth
2007 Proceedings of the 12th international conference on Intelligent user interfaces - IUI '07  
We describe a novel document summarization technique that uses informational cues, such as social bookmarks or search queries, as the basis for summary construction by leveraging the snippet-generation capabilities of standard search engines. A comprehensive evaluation demonstrates how the social summarization technique can generate summaries that are of significantly higher quality that those produced by a number of leading alternatives.
doi:10.1145/1216295.1216311 dblp:conf/iui/BoydellS07 fatcat:pbzr5zlturcabgrf4a5bi72we4

TopicListener: Observing Key Topics from Multi-channel Speech Audio Streams

Jing Su, Oisin Boydell
2016 2016 IEEE Second International Conference on Big Data Computing Service and Applications (BigDataService)  
Speech audio often encapsulates huge volumes of information which traditionally has been challenging to mine and analyse using automated methods. For example, call centres often handle many simultaneous telephone conversations between customers and call centre agents where, apart from relying on limited manual reporting by individual call centre agents, the content, themes and topics of the conversations are not analysed in any depth. In recent years there have been significant improvements in
more » ... oth the accuracy and cost of automated speech-to-text transcription technologies which can be applied in the call centre environment. We introduce Topi-cListener, which combines advanced topic modelling techniques with automatic speech transcription to identify key themes and topics across large volumes of recorded audio conversions as well as providing a novel means to explore and visualise the correlation and evolution of topics over time.
doi:10.1109/bigdataservice.2016.23 dblp:conf/bigdataservice/SuB16 fatcat:dmc7nqywm5awvmqtlgxtrzrzp4

Exploiting Query Repetition and Regularity in an Adaptive Community-Based Web Search Engine

Barry Smyth, Evelyn Balfe, Jill Freyne, Peter Briggs, Maurice Coyle, Oisin Boydell
2004 User modeling and user-adapted interaction  
Search engines continue to struggle with the challenges presented by Web search: vague queries, impatient users and an enormous and rapidly expanding collection of unmoderated, heterogeneous documents all make for an extremely hostile search environment. In this paper we argue that conventional approaches to Web search -those that adopt a traditional, document-centric, information retrieval perspective -are limited by their refusal to consider the past search behaviour of users during future
more » ... rch sessions. In particular, we argue that in many circumstances the search behaviour of users is repetitive and regular; the same sort of queries tend to recur and the same type of results are often selected. We describe how this observation can lead to a novel approach to a more adaptive form of search, one that leverages past search behaviours as a means to re-rank future search results in a way that recognises the implicit preferences of communities of searchers. We describe and evaluate the I-SPY search engine, which implements this approach to collaborative, community-based search. We show that it offers potential improvements in search performance, especially in certain situations where communities of searchers share similar information needs and use similar queries to express these needs. We also show that I-SPY benefits from important advantages when it comes to user privacy. In short, we argue that I-SPY strikes a useful balance between search personalization and user privacy, by offering a unique form of anonymous personalization, and in doing so may very well provide privacy-conscious Web users with an acceptable approach to personalized search. and after working in industry he has recently returned for take up a research position in the I-SPY group. Oisin's research focuses on the use of relevance feedback techniques in Web search.
doi:10.1007/s11257-004-5270-4 fatcat:wn5k3suujnb7tkn2ngl2tzfyda

Community-based snippet-indexes for pseudo-anonymous personalization in web search

Oisín Boydell, Barry Smyth
2006 Proceedings of the 29th annual international ACM SIGIR conference on Research and development in information retrieval - SIGIR '06  
We describe and evaluate an approach to personalizing Web search that involves post-processing the results returned by some underlying search engine so that they reflect the interests of a community of like-minded searchers. To do this we leverage the search experiences of the community by mining the title and snippet texts of results that have been selected by community members in response to their queries. Our approach seeks to build a community-based snippet index that reflects the evolving
more » ... nterests of a group of searchers. This index is then used to re-rank the results returned by the underlying search engine by boosting the ranking of key results that have been frequently selected for similar queries by community members in the past.
doi:10.1145/1148170.1148283 dblp:conf/sigir/BoydellS06 fatcat:4j2z5xgisbakvprm2ad7wieqxa

Evaluating the impact of selection noise in community-based web search

Oisín Boydell, Barry Smyth, Cathal Gurrin, Alan F. Smeaton
2005 Proceedings of the 28th annual international ACM SIGIR conference on Research and development in information retrieval - SIGIR '05  
The I-SPY meta-search engine uses a technique called collaborative Web search to leverage the past search behaviour (queries and selections) of a community of users in order to promote search results that are relevant to the community. In this paper we describe recent studies to clarify the benefits of this approach in situations when the behaviour of users cannot be relied upon in terms of their ability to consistently select relevant results during search sessions.
doi:10.1145/1076034.1076143 dblp:conf/sigir/BoydellSGS05 fatcat:rbycrrad7jan7dc6lommfuxika

Deep learning at the shallow end: Malware classification for non-domain experts

Quan Le, Oisín Boydell, Brian Mac Namee, Mark Scanlon
2018 Digital Investigation. The International Journal of Digital Forensics and Incident Response  
Current malware detection and classification approaches generally rely on time consuming and knowledge intensive processes to extract patterns (signatures) and behaviors from malware, which are then used for identification. Moreover, these signatures are often limited to local, contiguous sequences within the data whilst ignoring their context in relation to each other and throughout the malware file as a whole. We present a Deep Learning based malware classification approach that requires no
more » ... pert domain knowledge and is based on a purely data driven approach for complex pattern and feature identification.
doi:10.1016/j.diin.2018.04.024 fatcat:aulmxt3mcvgddcxjqfycdzvanm

Page 143 of Notes and Queries Vol. 42, Issue 1 [page]

1995 Notes and Queries  
Il, ‘The Wanderings of Oisin’ and Other Early Poems to 1895. Manuscript Materials. Pp. xxxiv + 534 (The Cornell Yeats). Ithaca and London: Cornell Univer- sity Press, 1994. £79.50.  ...  Columbia: Camden House (distributed by Boydell and Brewer), 1994, £37.50. Viscomi, J., Blake and the Idea of the Book. Pp. xxvii + 453. Princeton, NJ: Princeton Univer- sity Press, 1993.  ... 

Books Received

1995 Notes and Queries  
Il, ‘The Wanderings of Oisin’ and Other Early Poems to 1895. Manuscript Materials. Pp. xxxiv + 534 (The Cornell Yeats). Ithaca and London: Cornell Univer- sity Press, 1994. £79.50.  ...  Columbia: Camden House (distributed by Boydell and Brewer), 1994, £37.50. Viscomi, J., Blake and the Idea of the Book. Pp. xxvii + 453. Princeton, NJ: Princeton Univer- sity Press, 1993.  ... 
doi:10.1093/notesj/42.1.139 fatcat:zsy4i2cbafelfkxucabemakcga

Progress in Information Retrieval [chapter]

Mounia Lalmas, Stefan Rüger, Theodora Tsikrika, Alexei Yavlinsky
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Oisín Boydell and Barry Smyth. Title and snippet based result re-ranking in collaborative Web search.  ...  Boydell and Smyth [23] describe how snippet-text and title similarities can be used to promote documents without selection history in collaborative retrieval environments.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11735106_1 fatcat:74ltdd2pkfeedbvrmtjrai5q3e

Bax and the 'Celtic North'

Aidan J. Thomson
2013 Journal of the Society for Musicology in Ireland  
Yeats's The Wanderings of Oisin, Bax feltor rather, given his Anglo-Saxon ancestry, imagined-'the inner Celt' inside him, moved to Glencolumcille on the west coast of Co.  ...  Although Bax has been well served by his biographers Lewis Foreman (Bax: A Composer and his Times, third edition, Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, 2007) and Colin Scott-Sutherland (Arnold Bax, London: Dent  ... 
doi:10.35561/jsmi08124 fatcat:fhi2jfwudndjte4i3smalxznui

Examining the Irish Art Song: Original Song Settings of Irish Texts by Irish Composers, 1900-1930

David Scott
2018
The poem was first published in Irish Monthly in 1886 and, subsequently, in his first public collection The Wandering of Oisin and Other Poems in 1889.  ...  These works included an oratorio entitled Meta Tauta and two operas, Ardrigh's Daughter and Oisin. 376 Unfortunately, these were all unpublished and no manuscripts of the works survive.  ... 
doi:10.21427/d7cf37 fatcat:vgo6uszi5rfnppw37ry4qkovji

Table of Contents

2021 2021 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium IGARSS  
MUTI-SPECTRAL AERIAL IMAGERY AND CONVOLUTIONAL NEURAL NETWORKS Sara Perez-Carabaza, Oisin Boydell, University College Dublin, Ireland; Jerome O'Connell, ProvEye, Ireland WE1.O-6: SPATIO-TEMPORAL ANALYSIS  ... 
doi:10.1109/igarss47720.2021.9553380 fatcat:zm7sioez6vgblpj25frkkxtfc4

Composing Irishness: Remembrances of the Irish Past Through the Prism of the Present in Music by Donnacha Dennehy (b. 1970) and Jennifer Walshe (b. 1974)

Timothy Diovanni
2020
Jim Paddy O'Mackitty composed perplexing poems that could have been soundpoetry; Oisín O'Dubhghaill was known for performance-based art targeting Civil Servants on their way to and from work in Dublin  ...  Fitzgerald's study of Irish musical modernism reconfigures the significance of Ó Riada in the trajectory of Irish classical music and reassesses the perceived modernity of composers such as May, Brian Boydell  ... 
doi:10.21427/j9f0-hh44 fatcat:6ibmwhnxebbjpa27yvohti4yim

Instrumental Music Learning in an Irish Bimusical Context

Mary Nugent
2018
The penultimate number, which features Seán playing polkas on saxophone with fellow student Oisín on flute, is, without doubt, the climax of the concert.  ...  to as the 'golden age' (Boydell, 1979: 18) . 11 In 1848 a group of musicians and music lovers came together with the aim of advancing 'the art and science of music in Ireland by affording systematic  ... 
doi:10.21427/wc56-yb24 fatcat:27nh5ixp25gjnhoydzvs6hj7om