Discovering, Classification, and Localization of Emergency Events via Analyzing of Social Network Text Streams

@inproceedings{Deviatkin2018DiscoveringCA,
  title={Discovering, Classification, and Localization of Emergency Events via Analyzing of Social Network Text Streams},
  author={Dmitriy Deviatkin and Artem Shelmanov and Daniil Larionov},
  booktitle={DAMDID/RCDL},
  year={2018}
}
We present text processing framework for discovering, classification, and localization emergency related events via analysis of information sources such as social networks. The framework performs focused crawling of messages from social networks, text parsing, information extraction, detection of messages related to emergencies, automatic novel event discovering, matching them across different sources, as well as event localization and visualization on a geographical map. For detection of… 

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