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Flat-slab subduction occurs when the descending plate becomes horizontal at some depth before resuming its descent into the mantle. It is often proposed as a mechanism for the uplifting of deep crustal rocks ('thick-skinned' deformation) far from plate boundaries, and for causing unusual patterns of volcanism, as far back as the Proterozoic eon. For(More)
This paper describes our approach on " Information Extraction from Microblogs Posted during Disasters " as an attempt in the shared task of the Microblog Track at Forum for Information Retrieval Evaluation (FIRE) 2016 [2]. Our method uses vector space word embeddings to extract information from microblogs (tweets) related to disaster scenarios, and can be(More)
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