- Media Content
- Profile Area
- BPM and Enterprise Modeling
- Consumer-oriented Mobile Services
- Data and Text Mining
- Digital Games
- Digital Systems Security
- Health Informatics
- Immersive Participation
- Information Systems
- Interaction Design
- IT Management
- IT Management
- Knowledge and Communication
- Language Technology
- Risk and Decision Analysis
- Service Science
- TEL and Collaboration
- Specific Area
- Ph.D. Funding for Research in IT Management from Swedish Research School of Management and Information Technology (MIT)
- PhD position in IT Management at Department of Computer and Systems Sciences (DSV), Stockholm University
- Research visit at University of Vienna
- Paper on Enterprise Architecture for Public Organizations published in International Journal of Information Management
- 14th Annual Workshop of The Australasian Language Technology Association – ALTA
Author Archives: Martin Duneld
Aron Henriksson convincingly defended his Licentiate thesis on October 18, 2013. The thesis, with the title Semantic Spaces of Clinical Text – Leveraging Distributional Semantics for Natural Language Processing of Electronic Health Records, investigates the applicability and utility of distributional … Continue reading
Two papers which I have co-written was presented at the The 18th Nordic Conference of Computational Linguistics, Riga, Latvia, May 11–13, 2011. The conference started out as focusing on NLP for the Nordic languages but now attracts participants from a … Continue reading
12-14 April the IT for Health group at DSV arranged the second HEXAnord network meeting in Åre, Sweden. Apart from Hercules Dalianis, Sumithra Velupillai, Maria Skeppstedt, Elin Carlsson, Helen Allvin and me from DSV, there were participants from all participating countries (Finland, Norway, Denmark, Estonia and Lithuania) as well as visitors from Karolinska Institutet/KTH and Östra Sjukhuset, Västra Götalandsregionen.
Today I recieved notification that two papers where I am one of the authors have been accepted as posters at the international conference RANLP 2009 – Recent Advances in Natural Language Processing, which is in Borovets, Bulgaria in September 14-16.
Apart from being an exceptionally pleasant conference, RANLP is ranked among the most influential NLP conferences by the site Computer Science Conference Ranking. According to this list it is one o… Continue reading
Today I submitted a project proposal to the Swedish Research Council (Vetenskapsrådet) with the title “VESPTEC – Vector space representations of textual content”. Collaborating with me on this proposal are Magnus Rosell and Viggo Kann at KTH CSC as well as Jussi Karlgren at SICS and Hercules Dalianis here at DSV.
Since the 1960s vector space models have been used extensively for representation of semantics, especially in information-retrieval systems such as Google. These vecto… Continue reading
The objective of the center is to facilitate collaboration in order to promote excellence in research and increase the competitiveness and visibility of the participating research groups, building on their unique combination of competence in both text and speech techno… Continue reading
Hercules Dalianis, Sumithra Velupillai and Martin Hassel held a lunch seminar on three Human Language Technology research projects here at DSV.
Hercules presented results from the project Tvärsök which aims to bridge the language gap between the Nordic countries. More specifically, if you search for documents in Swedish you should be able to find corresponding information in Danish or Norwegian if such are lacking for Swedish. The idea is that while you might have active knowledge of… Continue reading
Today I handed in a project proposal to the Swedish Research Council (Vetenskapsrådet). Collaborating with me on this proposal are Magnus Rosell and Viggo Kann at KTH CSC as well as Magnus Sahlgren, Jussi Karlgren and Oscar Täckström at SICS. The title of the project is Vector space representations of textual content.
Abstract: Since the 1960s vector space models have been used extensively for representation of semantics, especially in information-retrieval systems such as Google.… Continue reading