i-Publisher, i-Librarian and EUDocLib – Linguistic Services for the Web: Anelia Belogay, Diman Karagiozov, Damir Ćavar, Dan Cristea, Svetla Koeva, Roumen Nikolov, Maciej Ogrodniczuk, Adam Przepiórkowski, Polivios Raxis and Cristina Vertan
i-Publisher, i-Librarian and EUDocLib – Linguistic Services for the Web 1 Anelia Belogay, Diman Karagiozov, Damir Ćavar, Dan Cristea, Svetla Koeva, Roumen Nikolov, Maciej Ogrodniczuk, Adam Przepiórkowski, Polivios Raxis and Cristina Vertan Abstract This paper presents three linguistically-aware online services built on top of the multilingual framework prepared for the ICT PSP EU-co-financed project ATLAS (Applied Technology for Language-Aided CMS). The framework intends to use the state-of-the art text processing methods in order to extract information and cluster documents. These basic blocks provide the base for advanced CMS functions such as automatic categorization or text summarization. The i-Publisher is a Web-based content management platform for visual website building which integrates linguistic features to improve content navigation e.g. by interlinking documents based on extracted phrases, words and names, providing short summaries and suggested classification concepts. Apart from comprehensive language analysis, the CMS supports data visualisation as well as large volume multilingual data storage and maintenance. i-Librarian is a sample online service build with and on top of i-Publisher (as a content management layer) to illustrate the benefits of applying language technology to content administration. It allows visitors to maintain a personal workspace for storing, sharing and publishing various types of documents and have them automatically categorized, summarized and annotated with important words, phrases and names. It also allows similar documents in different languages to be found easily. The EUDocLib service basing on the collection of EU legal documents illustrates how users can easily find similar documents, obtain the summaries of desired...
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