Monthly Archives: June 2016

Paper about automatic labeling in IJDL

Our paper  “Evaluating Unsupervised Thesaurus-based Labeling of Audiovisual Content in an Archive Production Environment” was accepted for publication in the International Journal on Digital Libraries (IJDL). This paper, co-authored with Roeland Ordelman and Josefien Schuurman reports on a series of information extraction experiments carried out at

Posted in Staff Blogs, Victor de Boer

One-off lecture Social Web

Around 40 students joined this year’s “bachelor’s for a day” for the VU IMM programme this year. As in previous years, I give a 45 minute lecture and construct a hands-on session around “The Social Web”. Each year I do a non-scientific

Posted in Staff Blogs, Victor de Boer

One-off lecture Social Web

Around 40 students joined this year’s “bachelor’s for a day” for the VU IMM programme this year. As in previous years, I give a 45 minute lecture and construct a hands-on session around “The Social Web”. Each year I do a non-scientific

Posted in Staff Blogs, Victor de Boer

MediaNow: Optimizing the creative retrieval process for the media industries

MediaNow is a project funded within NWO’s Creative Industries program. MediaNow aims to develop and test open source search solutions for exploring large multimedia archives. MediaNow’s target users are media-professionals. The proposed innovations at the interface of computer science and

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MINI-SYMPOSIUM on the occasion of Grace Lewis’ PhD defense

On Tuesday June 7th, on the occasion of the PhD defense of Grace Lewis  some of her PhD defense committee members will give a short talk on related work. It will be an interesting morning as the presenters are experts in

Posted in Data2Semantics, Projects