Public Debates on the Web

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With the advent of social media, any piece of information may be spread all over the world in no time. Furthermore, the vast number of available communication channels makes it difficult to cross-check information that has been (re-)published on different media in real time. In this context where people may express their positions on many subjects, as well as launching new open initiatives, the public needs a mean to gather and compare ideas and opinions in a structured manner. The present paper presents the project, which aims to develop a collaborative platform where opinions, namely arguments, are gathered, analyzed and linked to one another via explicit relations. relies on various Natural Language Processing modules to semi-automatically extract information from the web and propose meaningful visualizations to the platform’s contributors. Furthermore, public actors may be identified and attached to the ideas they publish to create a structured knowledge base where annotated texts, extracted positions and alliances may be identified.
langueAnglais
titreInternational Conference on Web Engineering
rédacteurs en chefJordi Cabot, Roberto De Virgilio, Riccardo Torlone
Lieu de publicationRome
EditeurSpringer
Pages520
Nombre de pages532
Volume10360
ISBN (Electronique)978-3-319-60131-1
ISBN (imprimé)978-3-319-60130-4
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étatPublié - juin 2017

Série de publications

NomLecture Notes in Computer Science
EditeurSpringer
Volume10360

Empreinte digitale

social media
visualization
communication
language
time

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    Gilson, F., Bittar, A., & Schobbens, P. (2017). Public Debates on the Web. Dans J. Cabot, R. De Virgilio, & R. Torlone (eds.), International Conference on Web Engineering (Vol 10360, p. 520). [37] (Lecture Notes in Computer Science; Vol 10360). Rome: Springer. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-60131-1_37
    Gilson, Fabian ; Bittar, André ; Schobbens, Pierre. / Public Debates on the Web. International Conference on Web Engineering. Editeur / Jordi Cabot ; Roberto De Virgilio ; Riccardo Torlone. Vol 10360 Rome : Springer, 2017. p. 520 (Lecture Notes in Computer Science).
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    International Conference on Web Engineering. Ed. / Jordi Cabot; Roberto De Virgilio; Riccardo Torlone. Vol 10360 Rome : Springer, 2017. p. 520 37 (Lecture Notes in Computer Science; Vol 10360).

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    Gilson F, Bittar A, Schobbens P. Public Debates on the Web. Dans Cabot J, De Virgilio R, Torlone R, rédacteurs en chef, International Conference on Web Engineering. Vol 10360. Rome: Springer. 2017. p. 520. 37. (Lecture Notes in Computer Science). Disponible �, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-60131-1_37