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Self-Wiring Question Answering Systems [article]

Ricardo Usbeck, Jonathan Huthmann, Nico Duldhardt, Axel-Cyrille Ngonga Ngomo
2016 arXiv   pre-print
Question answering (QA) has been the subject of a resurgence over the past years.  ...  The said resurgence has led to a multitude of question answering (QA) systems being developed both by companies and research facilities.  ...  Conclusion We introduced a work-in-progress system which able to self-wire new question answering systems from a registry of modules.  ... 
arXiv:1611.01802v2 fatcat:y7q2fkpchjhibnjnntx2y3k3s4

Overview of the TREC 2016 LiveQA Track

Eugene Agichtein, David Carmel, Dan Pelleg, Yuval Pinter, Donna Harman
2016 Text Retrieval Conference  
In order to measure the quality of the automatic question summaries we used an established approach in evaluating summarization by using the METEOR score 2 of each summary, as compared to the manually  ...  Dataset: Yahoo Answers Questions In contrast to factoid questions used in previous QA tracks, the questions posted on forum and community question answer sites such as Yahoo Answers (YA) Figure 1 : Distribution  ... 
dblp:conf/trec/AgichteinCPPH16 fatcat:xtcmbd3rx5fhvb46tpqusvx4p4

A Semi-Automatic Computer-Aided Assessment Approach for Marking and Providing Feedback Comments

Adewale Adesina, Roger G. Stone, Firat Batmaz, Ian Jones
2015 Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Computer Supported Education  
These are usually prepared in advance to the students answering the questions.  ...  The first question in this study sought to determine was how a semi-automatic assessment CAA may be designed to help assess and score more than final answers of a problem-solving effort.  ... 
doi:10.5220/0005447000930100 dblp:conf/csedu/AdesinaSBJ15 fatcat:p6zpdj5m5jdelhl7gergd3rmge

Two real use cases of FAIR maturity indicators in the life sciences [article]

Serena Bonaretti, Egon Willighagen
2019 bioRxiv   pre-print
We evaluated our method on two real use cases where researchers looked for datasets to answer their scientific questions.  ...  Data sharing and reuse are crucial to enhance scientific progress and maximize return of investments in science.  ...  Although attitudes towards data sharing and reuse are increasingly favorable [ 1], data discovery and reuse remain difficult in practice [5] .  ... 
doi:10.1101/739334 fatcat:bi4w5zbsifailda5ff7refuztm

Knowledge Management and Reuse in Virtual Learning Communities

Houda Sekkal, Naila Amrous, Samir Bennani
2019 International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)  
For this purpose, the present paper try to analyze the studies that treat the question of extracting and managing knowledge in Online Learning Communities based on several criteria exposed all along this  ...  With the widespread of communities in social media due to the services provided by those technologies, many of those communities are in the form of Learning communities created by expert to share knowledge  ...  The richness of the content shared and generated by the members of an online learning community lies in its added value or usefulness toward a problem or a question.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijet.v14i16.10588 fatcat:csghiqwlkrcfzmexhwwx5bmsku

Evaluation of user engagement and message comprehension in a pervasive software installation

M. Aasbakken, L. Jaccheri, K. Chorianopoulos
2012 2012 Second International Workshop on Games and Software Engineering: Realizing User Engagement with Game Engineering Techniques (GAS)  
We study this relationship in the context of an art installation that concerns the water cycle in nature.  ...  The research question is: How can we design and evaluate software that becomes a medium to engage and inform the user?  ...  Most of the answers were oriented towards teaching and usage in schools.  ... 
doi:10.1109/gas.2012.6225923 dblp:conf/icse/AasbakkenJC12 fatcat:swj4aktwjvg33p4xqi3z7uewse

Mercure: Towards an Automatic E-mail Follow-up System

Guy Lapalme, Leila Kosseim
2003 The IEEE intelligent informatics bulletin  
In our project, called Mercure, we have explored three complementary approaches: classification, case-based reasoning and question-answering.  ...  We first present the current state of the art and then make the point that natural language tools are needed in order to deal effectively with the rather informal style encountered in the e-mails.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The work described in this article is a joint work with the following graduate students: Stéphane Beauregard, Luc Plamondon, Luc Lamontagne, Luc Bélanger and Julien Dubois.  ... 
dblp:journals/cib/LapalmeK03 fatcat:tfkbzuilrbectmm7yotaxtfg44

A Plan for Ancillary Copyright: Original Snippets

Martin Potthast, Wei-Fan Chen, Matthias Hagen, Benno Stein
2018 European Conference on Information Retrieval  
This copyright law restricts the fair use of intellectual property of news publishers, allowing them to raise claims for monetary compensation when their text is reused, even within snippets.  ...  The snippets that web search engines generate for their result presentation are extracted from the retrieved web pages, reusing pieces of text that match a user's query.  ...  Regulating verbatim reuse is hence short-sighted: the true societal challenge ahead is the question whether automatically generated paraphrases are copyright protected, especially when the training data  ... 
dblp:conf/ecir/PotthastCHS18 fatcat:ind5k5p2j5binakcufnsgx4ui4

Towards Finding Code Snippets on a Question and Answer Website Causing Mobile App Vulnerabilities

Hiroki NAKANO, Fumihiro KANEI, Yuta TAKATA, Mitsuaki AKIYAMA, Katsunari YOSHIOKA
2018 IEICE transactions on information and systems  
Android app developers sometimes copy code snippets posted on a question-and-answer (Q&A) website and use them in their apps.  ...  Despite this, the effect of such vulnerable snippets on the Android apps has not been investigated in depth.  ...  [23] proposed a unified framework to tackle the challenge of detecting collusive spamming activities of Community Question Answering, which provides rich sources of information on a variety of topics  ... 
doi:10.1587/transinf.2017icp0009 fatcat:3kxsypmlajdczpij3i5rnew4gu

Scaling up Online Question Answering via Similar Question Retrieval

Chase Geigle, ChengXiang Zhai
2016 Proceedings of the Third (2016) ACM Conference on Learning @ Scale - L@S '16  
In this paper, we propose to exploit historical question/answer data accumulated for the same or similar classes as a basis for automatically answering previously asked questions via the use of information  ...  Faced with growing class sizes and the dawn of the MOOC, educators are in need of tools to help them cope with the growing number of questions asked in large classes since manually answering all the questions  ...  system to automatically answer student questions.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2876034.2893428 dblp:conf/lats/GeigleZ16 fatcat:tnpijhflmzgj7nbdxgwztikzze

Research on the Phenomenon of Chinese Residents' Spiritual Contagion for the Reuse of Recycled Water Based on SC-IAT

2017 Water  
What makes it difficult to promote the concept of reusing recycled water in China?  ...  attitude is more positive than the explicit attitude, which accounts for the phenomenon of "best game no one played" in the promotion of the recycled water reuse, that is, the public though applauding  ...  Acknowledgments: All sources of funding of the study should be disclosed. Please clearly indicate grants that you have received in support of your research work.  ... 
doi:10.3390/w9110846 fatcat:yrypdh4h2fh6jctbnzqk2choha

A Semantic Annotation Pipeline towards the Generation of Knowledge Graphs in Tribology

Patricia Kügler, Max Marian, Rene Dorsch, Benjamin Schleich, Sandro Wartzack
2022 Lubricants  
and question answering.  ...  Therefore, semantic annotation and natural language processing (NLP) techniques can decrease this manual effort by providing a semi-automatic support in knowledge acquisition.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/lubricants10020018 fatcat:qpssxy5akfg6leor4rgrpj6yfq

CrowdLearn: Crowd-sourcing the Creation of Highly-structured E-Learning Content

Darya Tarasowa, Ali Khalili, Soeren Auer
2015 International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy (iJEP)  
The article also comprises results of a usability evaluation with real students.  ...  While nowadays there is a plethora of Learning Content Management Systems, the collaborative, community-based creation of rich e-learning content is still not sufficiently well supported.  ...  Acknowledgement We would to thank the AKSW research group members for their support during the evaluation of SlideWiki.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijep.v5i4.4951 fatcat:rnjkz7c67baehdrr246rwwbbc4

Overhearing the crowd

Derek L. Hansen
2009 Proceedings of the fourth international conference on Communities and technologies - C&T '09  
This paper describes a mixed method, empirical analysis of conversation reuse in an online technical support community.  ...  Use of the discussion archive and wiki repository are compared, showing benefits of the decontextualized, distilled wiki content for reuse.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This work has been funded, in part, by the following National Science Foundation grants: IRI-9702904, IIS-0325837, IIS-0308006, and 0114368.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1556460.1556484 dblp:conf/candt/Hansen09 fatcat:53kq5pmqd5e3rcgzkrshpyqtoi

Computer-Supported Cooperative Work [chapter]

Steven Poltrock
2014 Computing Handbook, Third Edition  
This paper describes a mixed method, empirical analysis of conversation reuse in an online technical support community.  ...  Use of the discussion archive and wiki repository are compared, showing benefits of the decontextualized, distilled wiki content for reuse.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This work has been funded, in part, by the following National Science Foundation grants: IRI-9702904, IIS-0325837, IIS-0308006, and 0114368.  ... 
doi:10.1201/b16768-50 fatcat:m4w2xyv7ifejlhh43hnjlcjlze
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