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Open Knowledge
XHTML 1.0 W3C Rec
CSS 2.1 W3C CanRec
email twitter
Travelled to:
1 × France
1 × Germany
2 × Italy
2 × Switzerland
Collaborated with:
F.Vitali F.Poggi A.D.Iorio D.Shotton G.Barabucci N.R.D.Matteo F.Tamburini R.Giannella C.M.Gonano F.Tomasi F.Mambelli
Talks about:
document (4) approach (2) semant (2) annot (2) zeri (2) term (2) xml (2) characterist (1) folksonomi (1) arbitrari (1)

Person: Silvio Peroni

DBLP DBLP: Peroni:Silvio

Contributed to:

DocEng 20152015
JCDL 20142014
DocEng 20132013
DocEng 20122012
SAC 20122012
SAC 20102010
DocEng 20092009

Wrote 8 papers:

Exploring Scholarly Papers Through Citations (ADI, RG, FP, SP, FV), pp. 107–116.
JCDL-2014-GonanoTMVP #concept #formal method #linked data #open data
Zeri e LODE. Extracting the Zeri photo archive to linked open data: formalizing the conceptual model (CMG, FT, FM, FV, SP), pp. 289–298.
DocEng-2013-IorioPPVS #component #documentation #xml
Recognising document components in XML-based academic articles (ADI, SP, FP, FV, DS), pp. 181–184.
DocEng-2012-IorioPPV #approach #automation #documentation #recognition #xml
A first approach to the automatic recognition of structural patterns in XML documents (ADI, SP, FP, FV), pp. 85–94.
DocEng-2012-PeroniSV #documentation #lens #semantics #using
Faceted documents: describing document characteristics using semantic lenses (SP, DS, FV), pp. 191–194.
SAC-2012-BarabucciPPV #approach #semantics
Embedding semantic annotations within texts: the FRETTA approach (GB, SP, FP, FV), pp. 658–663.
SAC-2010-MatteoPTV #algorithm #ambiguity #clustering #folksonomy
Of mice and terms: clustering algorithms on ambiguous terms in folksonomies (NRDM, SP, FT, FV), pp. 844–848.
DocEng-2009-PeroniV #order
Annotations with EARMARK for arbitrary, overlapping and out-of order markup (SP, FV), pp. 171–180.

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