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Shared conceptualisations in weblogs

Abstract : In this paper we investigate how conceptualisations can be identified in weblogs using language technology (automated text analysis). We focus on getting a handle on both the concepts bloggers use and the way they think these concepts are related. The analysis of these conceptualisations can then be applied to a single weblog, resulting in a visualisation of potential conceptualisations the blogger wants to share with the outside world. Another type of analysis is to determine the overlap, or sharedness, of conceptualisations between bloggers. We have implemented both analysis approaches in an interactive tool.
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Anjo Anjewierden, Rogier Brussee, Lilia Efimova. Shared conceptualisations in weblogs. BlogTalks 2.0: The European Conference on Weblogs, 2004, Vienna, Austria. pp.110-138. ⟨hal-00190692⟩



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