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Domain-oriented information extraction from the Internet
Author(s): Andreas Arens; Karl Hans Blaesius
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Paper Abstract

Information retrieval and knowledge acquisition represent the basis of the modern information age. The internet provides the possibility of nearly worldwide unlimited information search. However, for a user searching the internet the huge mass of electronic information offerings requires a lot of time and effort to find the desired information. Because of the lack of context awareness, traditional internet search engines cannot satisfy the growing need for a selective high qualitative filtering and extraction of topic and user oriented information. The aim of the project INFOX-I at the University of Applied Sciences Trier, is to develop concepts to support the user searching information in the WWW. Therefore, there is an urgent need for methods that make it possible to automatically select relevant information on a given domain. Methods from the field of document analysis and knowledge based systems are used. In this paper we outline the concepts and the current state of the project.

Paper Details

Date Published: 13 January 2003
PDF: 8 pages
Proc. SPIE 5010, Document Recognition and Retrieval X, (13 January 2003); doi: 10.1117/12.476042
Show Author Affiliations
Andreas Arens, Univ. of Applied Sciences Trier (Germany)
Karl Hans Blaesius, Univ. of Applied Sciences Trier (Germany)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 5010:
Document Recognition and Retrieval X
Tapas Kanungo; Elisa H. Barney Smith; Jianying Hu; Paul B. Kantor, Editor(s)

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