Rafael Pedraza-Jimenez

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1. Introduction 2. Problems with natural language processing: linguistic variation and ambiguity 3. Natural Language processing in textual information retrieval 3.1. Statistical processing of natural language 3.2. Linguistic processing of natural language 4. Related topics in research 5. Conclusions 6. Acknowledgments 7. References 8. Annexe 1. Unique cases(More)
This paper describes a failure alert system and a methodology for content reuse in a new instructional design system called InterMediActor (IMA). IMA provides an environment for instructional content design, production and reuse, and for students' evaluation based in content specification through a hierarchical structure of competences. The student(More)
Purpose – This paper describes and evaluates the tool DigiDoc MetaEdit which allows the semi-automatic indexing of HTML documents. The tool works by identifying and suggesting keywords from a thesaurus according to the embedded information in HTML documents. This enables the parameterization of keyword assignment based on how frequently the terms appear in(More)
This paper analyzes and evaluates, in the context of Ontology learning, some techniques to identify and extract candidate terms to classes of a taxonomy. Besides, this work points out some inconsistencies that may be occurring in the preprocessing of text corpus, and proposes techniques to obtain good terms candidate to classes of a taxonomy.
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