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  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Hannu Toivonen; Michele Boggia;
    Project: EC | EMBEDDIA (825153), EC | EMBEDDIA (825153)

    Automated content analysis of news media, including both news articles and users’ comments on them, can provide unparalleled insight into current events, interests and opinions, as well as trends and changes in them. The needs are varied, from the readers who consume news of their personal interest to journalists who keep track of what is going on in the world, try to understand what their readers think of various topics, or want to automate routine reporting. The aim of Hackashop 2021 is to foster discussion and research on the combination of language technology and news media content. The hackashop provides a forum for both discussing scientific advances in analysis of news stories and their reader comments and in automated generation of reports, as well as for experimental work on identifying interesting phenomena in reader comments and reporting on them. Accordingly, the hackashop was implemented in a dual format. A traditional track consisted of submission of scientific papers, their reviews and finally paper presentations. It was complemented by an active, experimentation-based track consisting of an online hackathon preceding the workshop, with presentation of the results in the joint workshop event. Both tracks shared the same topic, news media analysis and generation, and participants to the two tracks had a good amount of overlap. In the workshop track, we encouraged submissions of long and short papers. Based on three experts reviews for each submission, weighing the contributions of the submission against its length, 13 papers were selected for presentation in the workshop event. The online hackathon was organized during a three-week period in February 2021, with six participating teams. The challenges they addressed covered a broad range, as each team had the freedom to define their own aims. In the spirit of providing a joint forum for discussing both scientific advances and experimental work, five hackathon teams submitted short reports to be included in this proceedings. We also include in this proceedings an overview paper on all the tools, models, datasets and challenges collected and provided for the hackathon, as a resource for future scientific and empirical work in the area of news media content analysis and automated report generation. We were very happy to see several cross-disciplinary and cross-sector collaborations involving, e.g., computer scientists, social scientists and media industry, both in workshop papers and hackathon contributions. We were also happy to have numerous contributions that address multilingual settings and low-resource languages. The workshop event on 19 April 2021 brings both tracks together, with presentations of both scientific workshop papers and empirical hackathon reports. We would like to thank all workshop paper authors and hackathon participants for their contributions to the hackashop! We are thankful to the programme committee members for their insightful reviews of the workshop papers. We are equally thankful to the large number of experts who made tools, models, data and challenges available for the hackathon and provided support for the participants. We are grateful to EACL for giving the opportunity to organize the hackashop with them and to experiment with a novel format. The organization was supported by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant 825153 (EMBEDDIA).

  • Publication . Book
    English
    Publisher: Cambridge University Press
    Project: EC | MotherNet (952366)
  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Desai, Ziyaud-Din A.;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | ASIA (609823), EC | ASIA (609823)

    Z. A. Desai, A Topographical List of Arabic, Persian, and Urdu Inscriptions of South India. (New Delhi: Indian Council of Historical Research: Northern Book Centre, 1989). Inscriptions -- India, South Inscriptions, Arabic -- India, South. Inscriptions, Persian -- India, South.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Deluigi Rosita; Machova Adela; Stara Flavia;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | TICASS (734602), EC | TICASS (734602)

    The following educational recommendations for studies in media, art, and design are the collective work of Italian, Czech, and Polish researchers. The general overview of international studies of visual languages and communication is given by Flavia Stara, who presents images as a vehicular language for interdisciplinary dialogue. Relationships between knowledge structures and content and the use of visual languages are analyzed in the second part of the book from the perspective of social interactions taken from transcultural vantage points. The practical application of such a perspective is presented by Kateřina Dytrtov., who shows the importance of a deep cultural approach to visual signs and art, not just a superficial grasp and use, for the sake of understanding. The third part of the book is dedicated to specific educational strategies for teaching visual languages, focused on the cultural context, visual literacy skills, intercultural interactions, critical approaches, creative experiences, and transcultural validations of the experience in order to develop subjective and collective visual competences – knowledge and abilities – within mutual and social understanding. In the fourth part of the book, Giuseppe Capriotti explains the theoretical tools used for analysis in detail; especially Paul Martin Lester’s visual communication analysis and Harold Dwight Lasswell’s approach to visual signs in his communication model. The fifth part discusses the results delivered by Rosita Deluigi of the interdisciplinary round table held at the 4th International TICASS Conference “P.Art-icipA˝tion. Education, Visual Languages and Intercultural Strategies”, 25th-26th of November, the Department of Education, Cultural Heritage and Tourism at the University of Macerata and at the Museo Buonaccorsi, Italy. Finally, the last part of the book presents the best practices elaborated during the TICASS project in Italy, the Czech Republic, and Kenya.

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    Authors: 
    Norbert Kroll; Charles Hirsch; Francesco Bassi; Craig Johnston; Koen Hillewaert;
    Publisher: Springer International Publishing
    Country: Belgium
    Project: EC | IDIHOM (265780)

    The IDIHOM Project.- Research Activities.- Assessment of High-Order Methods.- Conclusion and Recommendations.

  • Publication . Book . 2019
    English
    Authors: 
    Jeremy Allouche; Carl Middleton; Dipak Gyawali;
    Publisher: Routledge
    Project: EC | CRISEA (770562)
  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Müller, Márta;
    Publisher: ELTE Germanistisches Institut
    Country: Hungary
    Project: EC | COLLMOT (227878)
  • Open Access

    Michael Willis, The Archaeology of Hindu Ritual: Temples and the Establishment of the Gods (Cambridge: University Press, 2009). isbn: 9781107460164 Hindu antiquities -- India -- Udayagiri. Hinduism -- History. Antiquities. Printed version available via http://www.cambridge.org/ corrected version released via Zenodo 08/2019.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Amenta, Libera;
    Publisher: TU Delft Open, Delft University of Technology (TUDelft)
    Country: Italy
    Project: EC | REPAiR (688920)
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Quero, Jordi (ed.); Sala, Cristina (ed.);
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | MENARA (693244), EC | MENARA (693244)

    The MENARA Booklets are a series of publications, created under the MENARA Project framework, which provide insights on the Middle East and North Africa regional order. These Booklets translate scholarly-sounded research into helpful insights for practitioners, including humanitarian agencies; development agencies and NGOs; the private sector; and academia. In each of the four Booklets you may find a compendium of articles and extracts covering the most pressing issues for your field of expertise. The MENARA Booklet for Development Agencies and NGOs provides you state-of-the-art and thoughtful analysis which may help your organization to better address challenges and inform your daily decisions. It includes our researchers’ main ideas on topics like demographic, economic, energetic and technological transformations in the region; its embeddedness in economic globalization; the governance of migration and border controls; the impact of climate change for regional societies; and the role of global NGOs in dealing with all these issues. All these, read together, would offer a comprehensive picture of the most critical elements affecting development in the region.

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