Monday, 17 March 2014

more deduplication

Started looking at n-gram near deduplication methods. Nice article in SPIRE
Mariano Consens Gonzalo Navarro (Eds.) String Processing and Information Retrieval: 12th International Conference, SPIRE
(November 2005)

http://f3.tiera.ru/2/Cs_Computer%20science/CsLn_Lecture%20notes/S/String%20Processing%20and%20Information%20Retrieval,%2012%20conf.,%20SPIRE%202005(LNCS3772,%20Springer,%202005)(ISBN%203540297405)(418s).pdf#page=127

Also read about Onion (ONe Instance ONly) for deduplication
https://code.google.com/p/onion/

Which was developed as part of  Pomik alek's PhD Thesis titled Removing Boilerplate and Duplicate Content from Web Corpora. Available at: http://is.muni.cz/th/45523/fi_d/phdthesis.pdf

Slides titled "Near Duplicate Data in Web Corpora" by Benko available here: http://hpsg.fu-berlin.de/cow/dgfs2014/pdf/WEBTL_05_17.30_Benko.pdf (Also uses OnIOn)

Another paper on n-gram similarity methods: "Classification of RSS-formatted Documents using Full Text similarity Measures" by Wegrzyn-Wolska and Szczepaniak. Available at: http://www.researchgate.net/publication/220940781_Classification_of_RSS-Formatted_Documents_Using_Full_Text_Similarity_Measures/file/72e7e526177159fa60.pdf


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