Jean-Luc Minel


2016

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Appariement d’articles en ligne et de vidéos : stratégies de sélection et méthodes d’évaluation (Pairing On-line News Articles to Videos : Selection Strategies and Evaluation Methods)
Adèle Désoyer | Delphine Battistelli | Jean-Luc Minel
Actes de la conférence conjointe JEP-TALN-RECITAL 2016. volume 2 : TALN (Posters)

Dans cet article, nous proposons une méthode d’appariement de contenus d’actualité multimédias, considérant les exigences à la fois sémantiques et temporelles du besoin d’information. La pertinence d’une vidéo pour un article de presse est mesurée par deux indices, l’un saisissant la similarité de leurs contenus, l’autre la cohérence de leurs dates d’édition. Nous présentons également une méthodologie d’évaluation s’affranchissant des standards comparant les résultats du système à des résultats de référence, en soumettant les paires de documents proposées automatiquement à un panel d’utilisateurs chargé de juger de leur pertinence.

2012

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Improving Speculative Language Detection using Linguistic Knowledge
Guillermo Moncecchi | Jean-Luc Minel | Dina Wonsever
Proceedings of the Workshop on Extra-Propositional Aspects of Meaning in Computational Linguistics

2010

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Opinion Identification in Spanish Texts
Aiala Rosá | Dina Wonsever | Jean-Luc Minel
Proceedings of the NAACL HLT 2010 Young Investigators Workshop on Computational Approaches to Languages of the Americas

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Resources for Calendar Expressions Semantic Tagging and Temporal Navigation through Texts
Charles Teissèdre | Delphine Battistelli | Jean-Luc Minel
Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC'10)

The linguistic resources presented in this paper are designed for the recognition and semantic tagging of calendar expressions in French. While existing resources generally put the emphasis on describing calendar bases pointed out by calendar expressions (which are considered as named entities), our approach tries to explicit how references to calendar are linguistically built up, taking into account not only the calendar bases but as well the prepositions and units that operate on them, as they provide valuable information on how texts refer to the calendar. The modelling of these expressions led us to consider calendar expressions as a conjunction of operators interacting with temporal references. Though the resources aim to be generic and easily reusable, we illustrate the interest of our approach by using the resources output to feed a text navigation tool that is currently being improved, in order to offer users a way of temporally progressing or navigating in texts.

2008

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Automatic Identification of Temporal Information in Tourism Web Pages
Stéphanie Weiser | Philippe Laublet | Jean-Luc Minel
Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC'08)

This paper presents our work on the detection of temporal information in web pages. The pages examined within the scope of this study were taken from the tourism sector and the temporal information in question is thus particular to this area. The differences that exist between extraction from plain textual data and extraction from the web are brought to light. These differences mainly concern the spatial arrangement of the text, the use of punctuation and the respect of traditional syntactic rules. The temporal expressions to be extracted are classified into two kinds: temporal information that concerns one particular event and repetitive temporal information. We adopt a symbolic approach relying on patterns and rules for the detection, extraction and annotation of temporal expressions; our method is based on the use of transducers. First evaluations have shown promising results. Since the visual structure of a web page is very important and often informs the user before he has even read the text, a semiotic study is also presented in this paper.

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A Linguistic and Navigational Knowledge Approach to Text Navigation
Javier Couto | Jean-Luc Minel
Proceedings of the Third International Joint Conference on Natural Language Processing: Volume-II

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Representing and Visualizing Calendar Expressions in Texts
Delphine Battistelli | Javier Couto | Jean-Luc Minel | Sylviane R. Schwer
Semantics in Text Processing. STEP 2008 Conference Proceedings

1997

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How to Appreciate the Quality of Automatic Text Summarization? Examples of FAN and MLUCE Protocols and their Results on SERAPHIN
Jean-Luc Minel | Sylvaine Nugier | Gerald Piat
Intelligent Scalable Text Summarization