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XHTML 1.0 W3C Rec
CSS 2.1 W3C CanRec
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Travelled to:
1 × Cyprus
1 × Italy
1 × USA
2 × Spain
Collaborated with:
M.J.Silva N.Freire J.L.Borbinha P.Calado G.Pedrosa H.Manguinhas J.Luzio J.Loff M.Reis A.Nunes M.S.Chaves F.M.Couto J.Machado D.Reis J.Gil
Talks about:
metadata (3) digmap (3) web (3) geograph (2) social (2) user (2) page (2) use (2) map (2) geo (2)

Person: Bruno Martins

DBLP DBLP: Martins:Bruno

Contributed to:

SAC 20152015
SAC 20122012
ECDL 20092009
ECDL 20082008
ECDL 20072007
ECIR 20052005
SAC 20052005
SAC 20042004
JCDL 20112011

Wrote 9 papers:

SAC-2015-LoffRM #platform #predict #social #social media
Predicting well-being with geo-referenced data collected from social media platforms (JL, MR, BM), pp. 1167–1173.
SAC-2012-NunesCM #learning #network #similarity #social
Resolving user identities over social networks through supervised learning and rich similarity features (AN, PC, BM), pp. 728–729.
ECDL-2009-MachadoPFMM #component #user interface #using
User Interface for a Geo-Temporal Search Service Using DIGMAP Components (JM, GP, NF, BM, HM), pp. 483–486.
ECDL-2008-PedrosaLMMB #library #metadata #named #reuse
DIGMAP: A Digital Library Reusing Metadata of Old Maps and Enriching It with Geographic Information (GP, JL, HM, BM, JLB), pp. 434–435.
ECDL-2007-BorbinhaPRLMGF #named
DIGMAP — Discovering Our Past World with Digitised Maps (JLB, GP, DR, JL, BM, JG, NF), pp. 563–566.
ECIR-2005-MartinsCS #web
Assigning Geographical Scopes To Web Pages (BM, MSC, MJS), pp. 564–567.
SAC-2005-MartinsS #identification #web
Language identification in web pages (BM, MJS), pp. 764–768.
SAC-2004-CoutoMS #biology #using #web
Classifying biological articles using web resources (FMC, BM, MJS), pp. 111–115.
JCDL-2011-FreireBCM #metadata #recognition
A metadata geoparsing system for place name recognition and resolution in metadata records (NF, JLB, PC, BM), pp. 339–348.

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