Analysing and Enriching Focused Semantic Web Archives for Parliament Applications

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Demidova, Elena; Barbieri, Nicola; Dietze, Stefan; Funk, Adam; Holzmann, Helge et al.: Analysing and Enriching Focused Semantic Web Archives for Parliament Applications. In: Future Internet 6 (2014), Nr. 3, S. 433-456. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3390/fi6030433

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The web and the social web play an increasingly important role as an information source for Members of Parliament and their assistants, journalists, political analysts and researchers. It provides important and crucial background information, like reactions to political events and comments made by the general public. The case study presented in this paper is driven by two European parliaments (the Greek and the Austrian parliament) and targets an effective exploration of political web archives. In this paper, we describe semantic technologies deployed to ease the exploration of the archived web and social web content and present evaluation results.
License of this version: CC BY 3.0
Document Type: article
Publishing status: publishedVersion
Issue Date: 2014
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1 image of flag of Germany Germany 88 89.80%
2 image of flag of China China 4 4.08%
3 image of flag of India India 2 2.04%
4 image of flag of No geo information available No geo information available 1 1.02%
5 image of flag of Netherlands Netherlands 1 1.02%
6 image of flag of Italy Italy 1 1.02%
7 image of flag of France France 1 1.02%

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