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JATE 2.0: Java Automatic Term Extraction with Apache Solr
JATE 2.0 is introduced, a complete remake of the free Java Automatic Term Extraction Toolkit delivering new features including: (1) highly modular, adaptable and scalable ATE thanks to integration with Apache Solr, the open source free-text indexing and search platform; (2) an extended collection of state-of-the-art algorithms.
Active 10: Brisk Walking to Support Regular Physical Activity
The most inactive section of the cohort, the 54% of users who showed virtually no brisk walking activity during week 1, seems to achieve the greatest proportional increase, and by the end of week 8 they appear to meet, on average, 10 minutes of continuous brisk walking per day.
SemRe-Rank: Improving Automatic Term Extraction By Incorporating Semantic Relatedness With Personalised PageRank.
SemRe-Rank is introduced, the first method based on this principle, to incorporate semantic relatedness - an often overlooked venue - into an existing ATE method to further improve its performance, and is shown to have achieved widespread improvement over all base methods and across all datasets.
The LODIE team (University of Sheffield) Participation at the TAC2015 Entity Discovery Task of the Cold Start KBP Track
This paper describes the LODIE team (from the OAK lab of the University of Sheffield) participation at TAC-KBP 2015 for the Entity Discovery task in the Cold Start KBP track. We have taken a
Rhyme Correspondences between Sinitic and Uralic Languages: On the Example of the Finnish -ala and -aja rhymes
The present study explores rhyme correspondences between Finnic (~ Uralic) and Sinitic languages, taking the Finnish -ala and -aja rhymes as an example. Two rhyme correspondences are established: (1)
Voretigene Neparvovec in Retinal Diseases: A Review of the Current Clinical Evidence
Subretinal gene therapy trials began with the discovery of RPE65 variants and their association with Leber congenital amaurosis, resulting in improvements in various visual function markers including electroretinograms, pupillary light responses, and object avoidance behaviors.