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Travelled to:
1 × Austria
1 × The Netherlands
2 × United Kingdom
Collaborated with:
U.Kruschwitz Richard Bartle Jon Chamberlain Chris Madge A.Goweder A.N.D.Roeck M.Martinez-Alvarez W.Hall R.Tesar V.Strnad K.Jezek Doruk Kicikoglu M.A.Kabadjov J.Steinberger R.Steinberger B.Pouliquen Christopher Madge
Talks about:
inform (3) annot (3) text (3) game (3) clicker (2) base (2) preliminari (1) comparison (1) increment (1) wormingo (1)

Person: Massimo Poesio

DBLP DBLP: Poesio:Massimo

Contributed to:

ECIR 20152015
ECIR 20102010
DocEng 20062006
SIGIR 20042004
KR 19921992
CHI PLAY 20192019
FDG 20192019
CoG 20192019

Wrote 9 papers:

ECIR-2015-Martinez-Alvarez #information management #named #realtime
Signal: Advanced Real-Time Information Filtering (MMA, UK, WH, MP), pp. 793–796.
ECIR-2010-KabadjovSSPP #evaluation #summary #taxonomy #using
Enhancing N-Gram-Based Summary Evaluation Using Information Content and a Taxonomy (MAK, JS, RS, MP, BP), pp. 662–666.
DocEng-2006-TesarSJP #comparison #documentation
Extending the single words-based document model: a comparison of bigrams and 2-itemsets (RT, VS, KJ, MP), pp. 138–146.
SIGIR-2004-GowederPR #detection #information retrieval
Broken plural detection for arabic information retrieval (AG, MP, ANDR), pp. 566–567.
Conversational Events and Discourse State Change: A Preliminary Report (MP), pp. 369–380.
CHI-PLAY-2019-MadgeBCKP #game studies #incremental
Incremental Game Mechanics Applied to Text Annotation (CM, RB, JC, UK, MP), pp. 545–558.
FDG-2019-KicikogluBCP #approach #gamification #named
Wormingo: a 'true gamification' approach to anaphoric annotation (DK, RB, JC, MP), p. 7.
FDG-2019-MadgeBCKP #game studies
Making text annotation fun with a clicker game (CM, RB, JC, UK, MP), p. 6.
CoG-2019-MadgeBCKP #design #game studies
The Design Of A Clicker Game for Text Labelling (CM, RB, JC, UK, MP), pp. 1–4.

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