A manually annotated HTML corpus for a novel scientific trend analysis

@inproceedings{Farkas2008AMA,
  title={A manually annotated HTML corpus for a novel scientific trend analysis},
  author={Rich{\'a}rd Farkas and R{\'o}bert Orm{\'a}ndi and M{\'a}rk Jelasity and J{\'a}nos Csirik},
  year={2008}
}
Here we present a manually annotated corpus of web pages and annotation tool for Web Content Mining. The corpus is extensively annotated, has a hierarchical label structure and is freely available for research purposes. The annotation tool is a Firefox extension which allows the annotator to work with the pages in their original appearance. This tool handles the annotation hierarchy independently of the DOM tree of the web pages, and it allows overlapped annotation between the HTML tags. 
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