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KDD
2012
ACM
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Open domain event extraction from twitter
Tweets are the most up-to-date and inclusive stream of information and commentary on current events, but they are also fragmented and noisy, motivating the need for systems that c...
Alan Ritter, Mausam, Oren Etzioni, Sam Clark
ACL
2012
11 years 6 months ago
Extracting and modeling durations for habits and events from Twitter
We seek to automatically estimate typical durations for events and habits described in Twitter tweets. A corpus of more than 14 million tweets containing temporal duration informa...
Jennifer Williams, Graham Katz
NAACL
2010
13 years 2 months ago
Streaming First Story Detection with application to Twitter
With the recent rise in popularity and size of social media, there is a growing need for systems that can extract useful information from this amount of data. We address the probl...
Sasa Petrovic, Miles Osborne, Victor Lavrenko
ACL
2011
12 years 8 months ago
Event Extraction as Dependency Parsing
Nested event structures are a common occurrence in both open domain and domain specific extraction tasks, e.g., a “crime” event can cause a “investigation” event, which c...
David McClosky, Mihai Surdeanu, Christopher D. Man...
ACL
2011
12 years 8 months ago
Event Discovery in Social Media Feeds
We present a novel method for record extraction from social streams such as Twitter. Unlike typical extraction setups, these environments are characterized by short, one sentence ...
Edward Benson, Aria Haghighi, Regina Barzilay