Detecting geographic locations from web resources

  title={Detecting geographic locations from web resources},
  author={Chuang Wang and Xing Xie and Lee Wang and Yansheng Lu and Wei-Ying Ma},
The rapid pervasion of the web into users' daily lives has put much importance on capturing location-specific information on the web, due to the fact that most human activities occur locally around where a user is located. This is especially true in the increasingly popular mobile and local search environments. Thus, how to correctly and effectively detect geographic locations from web resources has become a key challenge to location-based web applications. In our previous work, we proposed to… CONTINUE READING
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