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Monitoring Energy Trends through Automatic Information Extraction

@inproceedings{Kuccuk2022MonitoringET,
  title={Monitoring Energy Trends through Automatic Information Extraction},
  author={Dilek Kuccuk},
  year={2022}
}
Energy research is of crucial public importance but the use of computer science technologies like automatic text processing and data management for the energy domain is still rare. Employing these technologies in the energy domain will be a significant contribution to the interdisciplinary topic of “energy informatics”, just like the related progress within the interdisciplinary area of “bioinformatics”. In this paper, we present the architecture of a Web-based semantic system called EneMonIE… 

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