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MULTI-VIEW CANONICAL CORRELATION ANALYSIS
Matrix factorization represents a popular approach in pattern analysis and is used to tackle many problems, such as: collaborative ltering, imputing missing data, denoising data, dimensionalityExpand
A Comparison of Relaxations of Multiset Cannonical Correlation Analysis and Applications
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In this paper, we show that despite being highly structured, finding the optimal solution is NP-Hard. Expand
News Across Languages - Cross-Lingual Document Similarity and Event Tracking
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In today's world, we follow news which is distributed globally. Expand
Cross-lingual search over 22 european languages
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In this paper we present a system for cross-lingual information retrieval, which can handle tens of languages and millions of documents. Expand
Improving Morphosyntactic Tagging of Slovene Language through Meta-tagging
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The paper describes an experiment aimed at improving tagging accuracy for Slovene, by combining the outputs of two taggers – a proprietary rule-based tagger developed by Amebis HLT company, and TnT, a tri-gram HMM tagger, trained on a handannotated corpus of Slovene. Expand
Travel Time Prediction on Highways
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We describe the development of a predictive model for vehicle journey time on highways. Expand
QMiner : Data Analytics Platform for Processing Streams of Structured and Unstructured Data
QMiner is an open source analytics platform for performing large scale data analysis written in C++ and exposed via a Javascript API. The paper presents five main design elements which focus on focusExpand
News Across Languages - Cross-Lingual Document Similarity and Event Tracking (Extended Abstract)
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In today's world, we follow news which is distributed globally. Expand
The Role of Hubs in Cross-Lingual Supervised Document Retrieval
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We examine the impact of hubness on cross-lingual document retrieval and classification, from the perspective of calculating the common semantic document representation. Expand
Cross-lingual document similarity
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We use the cross-lingual LSI for cross-language information retrieval that was proposed in [4J and compare it with concept decomposition based on clustering. Expand
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