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|State and/or Country:||Sweden|
|Specialty:||Text Classification, Computer-Mediated Communication, Text Analytics, Genre, Web Genre, Automatic Genre Identification|
|Selected Publications:||Santini M. (2014). Improving Cross-Lingual Enterprise Information Access. EuroHCIR 2014, Proceedings of the 4th European Symposium on Human-Computer Interaction and Information Retrieval. 13th September 2014, London, UK.
Santini M. (2011). Automatic Identification of Genre in Web Pages. A new perspective. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing. Paperback. 2011. [Published PhD Thesis]
Mehler A., Sharoff S. and Santini M. (eds.) (2010). Genres on the web: Computational Models and Empirical Studies. Springer Series: Text, Speech and Language Technology (Series Editors: Ide, Nancy, Véronis, Jean).
Santini M. (2008). “Zero, Single, or Multi? Genres of Web Pages through the Users' Perspective”. Information Processing and Management, Volume 44, Issue 2, March 2008, pp. 702–737.
Santini M. (2007). “Characterizing Genres of Web Pages: Genre Hybridism and Individualization”. Proceedings of the 40th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-40). Hawaii (USA).
Santini M. (2007). “Automatic Genre Identification: Towards a Flexible Classification Scheme”. BCS IRSG Symposium: Future Directions in Information Access 2007 (FDIA 2007), Tuesday, 28th and Wednesday, 29th of August, Glasgow, Scotland. Held in conjunction with the European Summer School on IR (ESSIR 2007).
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Genres on the Web
|Courses Taught:||Computational Linguistics
Machine Learning for Language Technology
Mathematics for Language Technology
|Dissertation Abstract:||Automatic Identification of Genre in Web Pages|
Text/Corpus Ling/Historical Ling: Görlach (2004)
(LL Issue 15.3136)
Sequences in Language and Text (LL Issue 27.1505)
Pragmatics: Janoschka (2004) (LL Issue 16.1652)
Multimodality and Genre (LL Issue 21.1606)
Academic Writing and Genre (LL Issue 19.3079)
Email Hoaxes: Form, Function, Genre Ecology (LL Issue 21.75)
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