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Transformer 200 ans d’articles de presse en un système d’information


Frédéric Kaplan
Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne EPFL

Library Science Talk
29.04.2014, 15:30              28.04.2014, 15:30
Bern, NL                               Geneva, BGE

Le Temps" newspaper is responsible for an archive of about 4 million articles covering a 200 year period. This archive is composed of the digitised version of the "Le Journal de Genève", "La Gazette de Lausanne" and "Nouveau Quotidien". The archive is currently accessible through a website, searchable in full text but not yet semantically structured.

Mr. Kaplan will present a project at the Digital Humanities Laboratory (DHLAB) of the EPFL which investigates identifying all the named entities in the archive, such as places, persons and objects and developing a framework for named-entity recognition and disambiguation based on Wikipedia and other sources.

Prof Frederic Kaplan holds the Digital Humanities Chair at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) and directs the EPFL Digital Humanities Lab. He conducts research projects combining archive digitisation, information modelling and museographic design.

 

For the talk in Geneva at Bibliothèque de Genève External guests should be at Promenade des Bastions at 15:30. It is not necessary to register in advance, but for more information or a map, please contact e-mail or by phone.

For those who have not yet seen the exhibition «500 ans au quotidien, histoire de femmes», Etienne Burgy curator of the exhibition, will conduct a tour at 14.30 (in French).

For the talks in Bern at NL
External guests should be at Hallwylstrasse 15 at 15:30. It is not necessary to register in advance, but for more information or a map, please contact Patrice Landry by e-mail or by phone.

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