Microblogging. From Wikipedia: Microblogging is a form of multimedia blogging that allows users to send brief updates and publish them, either to be viewed by anyone or by a restricted group which can be chosen by the user. These messages can be submitted by a variety of means, including text messaging, instant messaging, email, digital audio or the web. The content of a microblog differs from.
Microblog Contextualization was introduced as a Question Answering task of INEX 2011 (1). The main idea was to help Twitter users to understand a tweet by providing some context associated to it. It has evolved in a Focus IR (Information Retrieval) task over Wikipedia (2). The CLEF 2016 Cultural Microblog Contextualization Workshop considered.
Exploiting Twitter and Wikipedia for the Annotation of Event Images BLIND FOR REVIEW ABSTRACT With the rise in popularity of smart phones, there has been a recent increase in the number of images taken at large so-cial (e.g. festivals) and world (e.g. natural disasters) events which are uploaded to image sharing websites such as Flickr. As with all online images, they are often poorly.Read More
The predicting power of the Wikipedia-based model, despite its simplicity compared to the Twitter, can be explained by the fact that many of the Wikipedia editors are committed followers of movie industry who gather information and edit related articles significantly earlier than the release date, whereas the “mass” production of tweets only occurs very close to the release time, mostly.Read More
Twitter and Sina Microblog are the most representative microblog platforms, where Sina Weibo, similar to Twitter, is the largest and the most influential microblog platform in China. Microblog is not only a platform for providing information, but also a social network platform. The relationship between two microbloggers is built by a.Read More
These are the draft guidelines for the 2011 edition of the TREC Microblog track. The authors are Craig Macdonald, Iadh Ounis, Jimmy Lin, Abdur Choudhury and Ian Soboroff. Data For TREC 2011, we are using the Tweets2011 corpus. The corpus is comprised of 2 weeks of tweets sampled courtesy of Twitter. The corpus is designed to be a reusable, representative sample of the twittersphere - i.e. both.Read More
Here you can find other trusted Mastodon servers that accept new sign-ups. Discover users Browse a profile directory and filter by interests. See what's happening Browse a live stream of public posts on Mastodon. Try a mobile app Use Mastodon from iOS, Android and other platforms. Log in. Trouble logging in? Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular.Read More
Microblogging (Tumblelogs) is an. However, by 2006 and 2007, the term microblog was used more widely for services provided by established sites like Tumblr and Twitter. As of May 2007, there were 111 micro-blogging sites in various countries. (citation needed) Among the most notable services are Twitter, Tumblr, FriendFeed, Plurk, Jaiku and identi.ca. Different versions of services and.Read More
In particular, a microblog summarization algorithm has been defined filtering the concepts organized by TAKE in a time-dependent hierarchy. The algorithm addresses topic-based summarization on Twitter. Besides considering the timing of the concepts, another distinguishing feature of the proposed microblog summarization framework is the possibility to have more or less detailed summary.Read More
Index Terms— Microblog, Named entity extraction, Word-sense Disambiguation, Wikipedia I. INTRODUCTION he opportunity to read articles and blogs on the Web to get information is more and more increasing. However, hyperlinks to entities do not often exist in such articles, and it is a troublesome task for the reader to look it up online. In this paper, we propose an entity linking method to.Read More
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Financial, Wikipedia. Related to microblog: twitter, Tumblr. microblog A blog that contains brief entries about the daily activities of an individual or company. Created to keep friends, colleagues and customers up-to-date, small images may be included as well as brief audio and video clips. The most popular microblogs are Twitter and Tumblr. See blog.Read More