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Query Details

Query Subject:   Graphic discourse analysis
Author:   Damon Clark
Submitter Email:  click here to access email

Linguistic LingField(s):  Discourse Analysis

Query:   I am doing research into software design (for Nortel Networks), and am
very interested in leveraging any graphic representations of discourse

Does anyone know of any, I would be very obliged if anyone could help.
Please e-mail me if possible.

Thank you very much, and I will keep anyone in touch with the research
they ask.

Damon Clark
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Damon Clark
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Fri, 24 Sep 1999 18:10:58 GMT
Martin Hadis
text categorization, IR List

I am working on a system that needs to do document categorization. I have
looked at Andrew McCallum's RAINBOW and other systems based on bayesian
classification but they only give each document one tag or category. I would
need something that would display the same abilities as RAINBOW but would
allow multiple tags per document. Does anyone know about such a system?
Ideally it would be a GNU-license or public domain text categorization /
document tagging system, but I am also interested in commercial systems, as
long as they can work automatically in the background (and thus can be
incorporated into my own system - a command line driven or server oriented
system would be much beter than a text analysis product that is only
menu-based and that can't be called from other programs)

If there are more specific lists on information retrieval where other people
might be able to answer this question with more precision, please do let me

Yours sincerely

Martin Hadis
LL Issue: 10.1413
Date posted: 28-Sep-1999


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