2016 International FRUCT Conference on Intelligence, Social Media and Web (ISMW FRUCT)

Aug. 28 2016-Sept. 4 2016

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  • [Front cover]

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  • Proceedings of the International FRUCT Conference on Intelligence, Social Media and Web (ISMW FRUCT 2016)

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  • Does everybody lie? characterizing answerers in health-related CQA

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    The study described in the paper aims at multi-faceted characterization of active community question answering (CQA) users who provide answers to health-related questions. The study employs various research techniques - both qualitative (surveys) and quantitative. With two online surveys we get insights into 1. perception of online health-related information and its use by patients by medical prof... View full abstract»

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  • Coreference resolution using clusterization

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    This work deseribes the experience of ereating a corefarence resolution system for Russian language. Coreference resolution is a key subtask of Information Extraction, and aims to grouping mentions that refer to the same discourse entity. This work was aimed to applying a clusterization algorithm for Russian-language newswire texts. We narrowed the task to Person proper names clusterization. Our a... View full abstract»

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  • Distinguishing between irony and sarcasm in social media texts: Linguistic observations

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    Automatic detection of figurative constructions used in texts can be quite a tricky task. In order to make it possible for a program to detect such constructions in a text it is necessary to understand what principles underlie sarcastic and ironic utterances and thus can be used for their identification. The paper deals with the linguistic differentiation between irony and sarcasm based on the ana... View full abstract»

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  • PostgreSQL service with backup and recovery for cloud foundry

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    Cloud Foundry is open source PaaS project, designed for the application developers to get them rid of the problems with the hardware. Cloud Foundry provides users with the ability to run applications in the container with different micro-services giving access to database management systems (DBMS), middleware software, development and testing tools. Each DBMS needs a broker that implements the mai... View full abstract»

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  • "Ruspersonality": A Russian corpus for authorship profiling and deception detection

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    Authorship profiling which is a process of the extraction of information about the unknown autohr of a text (demographics, psychological traits, et al.) based on the analysis of linguistic parameters, is a problem of great importance. Research in authorship profiling has always been constrainted by the limited availability of training data since collecting textual data with the appropriate metadat... View full abstract»

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  • Use of neighbor sentence co-occurrence to improve word semantic similarity detection

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    In this paper we present the first result of detecting word semantic similarity on several Russian semantic word similarity datasets inclduing the Russian translations of Miller-Charles and Rubenstein-Goodenough sets, the similarity and relatedness subsets of the Russian translation of WordSim353 set prepared for the first Russian word semantic evaluation Russe-2015. The experiments were carried o... View full abstract»

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  • Two-stage approach in Russian named entity recognition

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    In this article we consider a two-stage prediction approach for named entity recognition in Russian. In the first stage, named entities are extracted by a machine learning method. After that our system collects the statistics of token classes and transforms this statistics to a feature set, which is used for training a new classifier. We consider three types of the two-stage features: the previous... View full abstract»

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  • Improved topic models for social media via community detection using user interaction and content similarity

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    Topic models such as Latent Dirichlet Allocation(LDA) have historically served as a successful tool for various data mining applications on conventional documents such as news articles or academic abstracts. However, standard use of topic models on social media posts pose several poblems because social media posts are short, messy and generated non-uniformly by the users of the social media platfo... View full abstract»

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  • Sense inventory alignment using lexical substitutions and crowdsourcing

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    Sense inventory induction is a topical problem of deriving a set of synsets representing concepts nsing various automatic or human-assisted methods. There might be, and actually are, mistakes in such synsets. Here we are focused on the problem of eliminating potentially duplicate synsets having exactly two words in common as the broader lntersectlon is known to be successfully addressed by beorist... View full abstract»

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  • An ontology approach to storing educational information

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    The modern educational process is characterized by the fact that the competencies and the content of education quickly change and dynamically vary depending on the needs of the specific groups of students. Especially strongly it is shown in the professional education, for example in information technologies. The teacher should have an opportunity to quickly and effectively arrange the content of e... View full abstract»

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  • Discovering geo-magnetic anomalies: a clustering-based approach

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    The paper investigates the application of clustering algorithms to data obtained by magnetometry in the places of archaeological excavations. The goal was to enable automatic detection in order to find possible anomalies in the data that could indicate the presence of potential archeological sites. Analysis of the results of following experiments with clustering algorithms in presented: k-means, c... View full abstract»

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  • Preface

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    We welcome you to International FRUCT Conference on Intelligence, Social Media and Web (ISMW FRUCT). This is the second time when the international conference and school (ISMW) are organized together in the beautiful city of Saint-Petersburg. All events of the conference are hosted on the ground of Saint-Petersburg State University and ITMO University, which are both known as regional leaders in I... View full abstract»

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  • Table of contents

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