Twenty-One: a baseline for multilingual multimedia retrieval


Jong, Franciska de (1998) Twenty-One: a baseline for multilingual multimedia retrieval. In: Djoerd Hiemstra & Franciska de Jong & Klaus Netter (Eds.), Language Technology in Multimedia Information Retrieval : Proceedings of the fourteenth Twente Workshop on Language Technology. Twente Workshop on Language Technology 14 . University of Twente, pp. 189-194.

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Abstract:In this paper we will give a short overview of the
ideas underpinning the demonstrator developed
within the EU-funded project Twenty-One; this
system provides for the disclosure of information in a
heterogeneous document environment that includes
documents of different types and languages. As part
of the off-line document processing that has been
integrated in the system noun phrases are extracted
to build a phrase-based index. They are the starting
point for the generation of both a fuzzy phrase index
and a translation step that is needed for the
realisation of cross-language retrieval functionality.
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