Deutsch: Auf dieser Seite finden Sie Informationen zum wissenschaftlichen Seminar "Text-Retrieval/Mining", welches im Wintersemeser 2018/2019 stattfindet. Das Seminar findet in englischer Sprache statt.
English: On this page you can find information about the scientific seminar "Text-Retrieval/Mining", which takes place during the winter term 2018/2019. The seminar will be in English.
During the course this page will be updated continuously.
Content and Topics
This course deals with selected topics and subdomains of the research areas "Text Mining", "Text Retrieval" and "Information Extraction". With an emphasis on modelling and processing textual data, students acquire insight in methods of latent topic modelling, named entity recognition, model and feature selection, relation extraction etc. Below the topics for the winter term 2018/2019 are listed:
|Different Models in Latent Topic Modelling (LTM)|
|Model Selection in LTM|
|Visualization of Text and Topics in LTM|
|Different Models for Chemical Named Entity Recognition (CNER)|
|Linguistical Properties for CNER and Feature Selection|
|Comparison on Rule-Based Systems and CRF's in CNER|
|Part-Of-Speech (POS) Tagging for low level sentence interpretation|
|Grammars, Languages and Tagging in the POS context|
|Sentiment Analysis: Models and Processing|
|Relation Extraction: Models, Relation and Challenges|
At the beginning of the course we will present the suggested topics.
Please register yourself via LSF. The seminar is limited to 10 participants. We apply the scheme: "First Come, First Serve" (FCFS).
Dates and Rooms
26.10.2018: Meeting to introduce the course & topics (13:15 - 14:45, Building 05, Room 122)
02.11.2018: Meeting to introduce scientific working & select topics
09.11.2018: Deadline for unsubscribing from the course + Introduction Document-Preprocessing
16.11.2018: Work @ Home (read paper, write own paper, implement project & experiments)
23.11.2018: E-Mail submission of concept presentations (for feedback)
30.11.2018: Meeting for concept presentations (13:15 - 14:45, Building 29, Room 128)
07.12.2018: Work @ Home (read paper, write own paper, implement project & experiments)
14.12.2018: E-Mail submission of pre-paper drafts (for feedback)
21.12.2018: Work @ Home (read paper, write own paper, implement project & experiments)
11.01.2019: Work @ Home (finalize draft)
18.01.2019: E-Mail submission of paper drafts (15 pp. in LNCS-Style, for feedback)
25.01.2019: Work @ Home (finalize draft)
01.02.2019: E-Mail submission of final paper drafts (15 pp. in LNCS-Style)
Final presentation: 08.02.2018, 13:00-15:00, G29-R130
Information about the course can be found in the LSF portal.
A general reminder about exams: In accordance with the examination rules, we offer each student exactly one examination date (oral or written) each term. The registration for a follow-up examination is only possible in the next term (i.e. after 6 months). As soon as a student has registered for an exam, either by using the LSF for written exams or by filling in the information on an examination list for oral exams (or filling out a registration form), this is counted as the agreed examination date. If it is cancelled, the rule above applies.
The day of the final presentation counts as the examination date!
If you have any questions about the course, please contact us via E-Mail:
- Johannes Schwerdt
- Andreas Nürnberger
- Slides from the first meeting
- Slides Introduction to Scientific Work
- Slides Introduction to Document-Processing
- Slides Introduction to Statistics
- Slides Introduction to Information Theory
- Springer LNCS-Style
- Presentation Template
- Online Sources
- Example of a very good paper
- Tips on Writing and Revising (by Katrin Krieger)