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The author would especially like to thank those individual s who served in special capacities and contributed extra time and energy to ensur e the success of the evaluation and the publication of the proceedings ... The author i s indebted to all the evaluation participants, whose collaboration on MUC-3 deserve s the highest praise . ... Final testing was carried out in May, 1991, concluding with the Third Messag e Understanding Conference (MUC-3), which was attended by representatives of th e participating sites and interested government ...doi:10.3115/1071958.1071960 dblp:conf/muc/Sundheim91 fatcat:wtp2sdo3tbarfpvkepyacm6nbi
out of the two earlier message understanding conferences held in 1987 and 1989. ... This paper addresses these issues, providing an overview of the conference, the participating systems, the evaluation methodology, and system perfor- mance. ...
“Overview of the Third Message Understanding Evaluation and Conference.” In Proceedings, Third Message Understanding Conference (MUC-3). Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, 3-16. Weischedel, R. ... In Proceedings, Sixth Annual Conference of the UW Centre for the New Oxford English Dictionary and Text Research. 1-9. Ayuso, D. M.; Shaked, V.; and Weischedel, R. M. (1987). ...
The Third NTCIR Workshop is the third venture in a series of evaluation workshops designed to enhance research in information access technologies including text retrieval, cross language information retrieval ... , automatic text summarization, information extraction, and question answering on Japanese and Asian language text. ... Analysts who created topics or questions, undertook the relevance judgments and evaluation of the submitted results, and prepared "right answers" have all worked very hard. ...dblp:conf/ntcir/Kando02 fatcat:jpmku545yfet7lw6nld7iwjzxu
Our main research motivation is a) to gain a better understanding of the performance of MOM, b) to show how to use benchmarks for the evaluation of performance aspects and c)to establish performance modeling ... In this poster, we provide an overview of our past and current research in the area of MOM performance benchmarks. ...doi:10.1145/1619258.1619313 dblp:conf/debs/SachsKAB09 fatcat:xqaefdbelveljjiz7jafy3hc3e
The program continued its primary sponsorship of both the Message Understanding Conferences and the Text Retrieval Conferences. ... The Message Understanding Conference (MUC), the Multilingual Entity Task (MET) and the Summarization Analysis Conference (SUMAC) also are TIPSTER evaluation mechanisms to help the Government gauge technology ...doi:10.3115/1119089.1119091 dblp:conf/tipster/Gee98 fatcat:dgaj5qdelrdhzlqmstcy3ewmvu
In two controlled experiments, we evaluate whether a derivation of a model is easier to understand than the model itself. ... Hence, instead of presenting a complete complex model, we can derive it from a simple, easy-to-understand model by a set of easy-to-understand transformations. ... Thanks to Chandrajit Bajaj and Dewayne Perry for fruitful discussions. ...doi:10.1109/icpc.2012.6240508 dblp:conf/iwpc/FeigenspanBR12 fatcat:cojb5nhnprbjfbvxa4ucuspr2i
This paper presents the overview of Topic-based Chinese Message Polarity Classification in SIGHAN 2015 bake-off. ... This task is designed to evaluate the techniques for Chinese message polarity classification towards a given topic. ... Special thanks to Hongfei Lin for providing the Chnese sentiment resources. We also thank Chen Chang, Yang Dingda, Ma Feixiang, Zhang liyao, Chen Xingjun for their annotation. ...doi:10.18653/v1/w15-3110 dblp:conf/acl-sighan/LiaoLX15 fatcat:zmksecdmn5dqpeivr5djz7u5ii
In this paper, we provide an overview of the 3 rd International Workshop on Search and Mining User-generated Contents, held in conjunction with the 20 th ACM International Conference on Information and ... We present the motivation and goals of the workshop, and some statistics and details about accepted papers and keynotes. ... Jose, from University of Glasgow, UK. • "The challenge of understanding the flow of sentiments in Social Media", by David E. Losada, from Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Spain. ...doi:10.1145/2063576.2064045 dblp:conf/cikm/CantadorCCTRS11 fatcat:6fudgb2ycrbhjjteiskot5xmca
2004 IEEE 15th International Symposium on Personal Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications (IEEE Cat No 04TH8754) PIMRC-04
Conference Co-Chairs' Message Bernard Han, Ph.D. and Sharie Falan, Ph.D., RN-BC, CPHIMS It has been a turbulent ride for healthcare reform over the past three years since the health care reform bill (i.e ... The third paper by Sun and Falan provides a solid analysis on the reliability of a nursing informatics self-assessment tool that could be effectively used by nursing students in acquiring knowledge in ... Cure provides an overview of how in-patient work flow scheduling can be optimized by a mathematical model. ...doi:10.1109/pimrc.2004.1368252 fatcat:jkv3mndvevaxthcpij4o4ijk5y
Annals of the International Communication Association
Note An earlier version of this manuscript was awarded a Top-2 Student Paper Award at the 2003 ICA conference, San Diego, CA. ... In short, the social and cultural aspects of media production encompass a wide array of phenomena, which range from understanding how the values of the producers can influence the media message to evaluating ... Third, grasping potential media influence the media also entails an understanding of possible mediating factors. ...doi:10.1080/23808985.2008.11679081 fatcat:pwzrkoakivgw3jkfi2ljavlpvi
An evaluation of our design shows an increase of 5% of application micro-usage and a decrease of 5% of the general smartphone micro-usage. ... The first proposal receives input through on-screen buttons, the second by tapping the edges of the device and the third by drawing gestures on the screen. ... The second one is 8% slower and the third one is 2% faster than the standard way. ...doi:10.1145/2786567.2794313 dblp:conf/mhci/BolleCD15 fatcat:vnh2pbkonba6zhk2npmpd7uvb4
As motivation for our work, we present a short analysis of tweets issued in NYC during Hurricane Sandy in late October 2012 and we give an overview of the architecture of our event detection subsystem. ... The recent rise of Social Media services has created huge streams of information which can be very valuable in a variety of scenarios. ... The second and third phases of our system are still work in progress and thus not presented here. ...dblp:conf/iscram/SchaustWK13 fatcat:ptmpvhtnkvbnhf3bbgcvyrowbq
Software-defined networking (SDN) introduces a split between the forwarding plane and the control plane of modern network equipment. ... Furthermore, there is a lack of scalable and realistic hypervisor benchmark tools capable of emulating dynamic load scenarios. ... And third, does the number of connected NOS influence the CPU load for the same request rate? In the evaluation of the questions we use the OpenFlow hypervisor FlowVisor  . ...doi:10.1109/netsoft.2016.7502475 dblp:conf/netsoft/SieberBBK16a fatcat:i3jwnahatngf5kotpqnwely5qy
We end by highlighting research issues that emerged during the initial evaluation. ... The use of online Social Media is increasingly popular amongst emergency services to support Situational Awareness (i.e. accurate, complete and real-time information about an event). ... We would like to thank the WeSenseIt partners that provided sensors for the case studies, in particular EPFL, STARLAB, AVDANTICSYS. ...dblp:conf/iscram/LanfranchiMC14 fatcat:qnmgu2ytqbehllqk727uh5asmm
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