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Semantic Concept Discovery Over Event Data

@inproceedings{Hassanzadeh2017SemanticCD,
  title={Semantic Concept Discovery Over Event Data},
  author={Oktie Hassanzadeh and Shari Trewin and A. Gliozzo},
  booktitle={SEMWEB},
  year={2017}
}
Preparing a comprehensive, accurate, and unbiased report on a given topic or question is a challenging task. The first step is often a daunting discovery task that requires searching through an overwhelming number of information sources without introducing bias from the analyst’s current knowledge or limitations of the information sources. A common requirement for many analysis reports is a deep understanding of various kinds of historical and ongoing events that are reported in the media. To… 

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