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SIGKDD
2010
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Unexpected results in automatic list extraction on the web
The discovery and extraction of general lists on the Web continues to be an important problem facing the Web mining community. There have been numerous studies that claim to autom...
Tim Weninger, Fabio Fumarola, Rick Barber, Jiawei ...
WWW
2005
ACM
10 years 4 months ago
METEOR: metadata and instance extraction from object referral lists on the web
The Web has established itself as the largest public data repository ever available. Even though the vast majority of information on the Web is formatted to be easily readable by ...
Hasan Davulcu, Srinivas Vadrevu, Saravanakumar Nag...
WWW
2011
ACM
8 years 10 months ago
HyLiEn: a hybrid approach to general list extraction on the web
We consider the problem of automatically extracting general lists from the web. Existing approaches are mostly dependent upon either the underlying HTML markup or the visual struc...
Fabio Fumarola, Tim Weninger, Rick Barber, Donato ...
CHI
2000
ACM
9 years 8 months ago
Bringing order to the Web: automatically categorizing search results
We developed a user interface that organizes Web search results into hierarchical categories. Text classification algorithms were used to automatically classify arbitrary search r...
Hao Chen, Susan T. Dumais
AUSDM
2007
Springer
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9 years 9 months ago
Mining Web Snippets to Answer List Questions
This paper presents ListWebQA, a question answering system that is aimed specifically at extracting answers to list questions exclusively from web snippets. Answers are identifi...
Alejandro Figueroa, Günter Neumann
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