Hassan Alam

Hassan Alam
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Bachelor of Science

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Internet based services have emerged as one of the most effective platform to express and exchange views. Most of these services allow anonymous postings. Lately, it has been observed that anonymous postings responsible to instigate violence or cause panic. Some studies have been made to identify authors for such blogs, mostly target to English pos...
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Using example-based Pattern Recognition methods and combining years of developing both EDGAR filings and natural language processing software, BCL Technologies has developed SmartXBRL©, a simplified and automated way to create a compliant XBRL document. In this paper we describe the methods adopted to identify and extract the face financial tables,...
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In recent times, the way people access information from the web has undergone a transformation. The demand for information to be accessible from anywhere, anytime, has resulted in the introduction of Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) and cellular phones that are able to browse the web and can be used to find information using wireless connections....
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In this paper we describe a preliminary, work-in-progress Spoken Language Understanding Software (SLUS) with tailored feedback options, which uses interactive spoken language interface to teach Iraqi Arabic and culture to second language learners. The SLUS analyzes input speech by the second language learner and grades for correct pronunciation in...
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This paper introduces a toolkit that allows programmers with no linguistic knowledge to rapidly develop a Spoken Language User Interface (SLUI) for various applications. The applications may vary from web-based e-commerce to the control of domestic appliances. Using the SLUI Toolkit, a programmer is able to create a system that incorporates Natural...
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This paper introduces a document clustering method within a commercial document repository, FileShare(R). FileShare(R) is a commercial collaborative digital library offering facilities for sharing and accessing documents over a simple Internet browser (e.g. Microsoft(R) Internet Explorer(R), Netscape(R) or Opera(R)) within groups of people working...
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This paper presents a novel automatic web publishing solution, Pageview(R). PageView(R) is a complete working solution for document processing and management. The principal aim of this tool is to allow workgroups to share, access and publish documents on-line on a regular basis. For example, assuming that a person is working on some documents. The...
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We describe how an ’in house’ classifier can enhance the performance of a commercial ’black box’ classifier using the classic serial multiple classifier combination scheme. It is now acknowledged by the classifier combination community that parallel or hybrid decision fusion algorithms, in general, outperform serial combination schemes. However, c...
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With the rapid growth of real world applications for NLP systems, there is a genuine demand for a general toolkit from which programmers with no linguistic knowledge can build specific NLP systems. Such a toolkit should have a parser that is general enough to be used across domains, and yet accurate enough for each specific application. In this pap...
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With the rapid growth of real application domains for NLP systems, there is a genuine demand for a general toolkit from which programmers with no linguistic knowledge can build specific NLP systems. Such a toolkit should provide an interface to accept sample sentences and convert them into semantic representations so as to allow programmers to map...
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Digital libraries are becoming very important in our daily lives. This itself is a huge field that needs no introduction. On the other hand, document analysis and recognition is also a very well established field that deals with some distinctly different aspects of document processing. But in the broader picture of document storage and manipulation...
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Portable document format (PDF) has become the de facto standard in many fields because of its independence of local formatting restrictions and its accurate reproducibility. On the other hand, HTML documents are becoming an integral form of our lives by being the dominant form for information exchange within the World Wide Web environment. This pap...
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We propose a generic multiple classifier system based solely on pairwise classifiers to classify web pages. Web page classification is getting huge attention now because of its use in enhancing the accuracy of search engines and in summarizing web content for small-screen handheld devices. We have used a Support Vector Machine (SVM) as our core pa...
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Automatic detection and recognition of faces is now becoming an important tool in security and surveillance. One of the most promising techniques for recognizing faces is the use of Support Vector Machines (SVMs). However, SVMs are essentially two-class classifiers or dichotomizes, and applying them to recognize multiple classes of faces requires p...
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Due to the proliferation of various types of devices used to browse the web and the shift of document access via web interfaces, it is now becoming very important to classify web pages into pre-selected types. This often forms the pre-processing stage of a number of web applications. However, classification of web pages is known to be a difficult p...
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The process of summarizing documents is becoming increasingly important in the light of recent advances in document creation/distribution technology, and the resulting influx of large numbers of documents in every day life. This paper presents a document summarizer that combines document analysis, structural decomposition, XML representation and le...
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Summarization of web pages is a very interesting topic from both academic and commercial point of view. Academically, it is challenging to create a summary of a document (e.g. a web page) that is highly structured and has multi-media components in it. From the commercial point of view, it is advantageous to summarize web pages to be viewed in small...
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One of the fundamental questions for document analysis and subsequent automatic re-authoring solutions is the semantic and contextual integrity of the processed document. The problem is particularly severe in web document re-authoring as the segmentation process often creates an array of seemingly unrelated snippets of content without providing any...
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In recent years, strategies based on combination of multiple classifiers have created great interest in the character recognition research community. A huge number of complex and sophisticated decision combination strategies have been explored by researchers. However, it has been realized recently that the comparatively simple Majority Voting Syste...
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This paper introduces a toolkit that allows programmers with no linguistic knowledge to rapidly develop a Spoken Language User Interface (SLUI) for various applications. The applications may vary from web-based e-commerce to the control of domestic appliances. Using the SLUI Toolkit, a programmer is able to create a system that incorporates Natural...
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With the rapid growth of real world applications for natural language processing (NLP) systems, there is a genuine demand for a general toolkit from which programmers with no linguistic knowledge can build specific NLP systems. Such a toolkit should have a parser that is general enough to be used across domains, and yet accurate enough for each spe...
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With the rapid growth of real world applications for NLP systems, there is a genuine demand for a general toolkit from which programmers with no linguistic knowledge can build specific NLP systems. Such a toolkit should have a parser that is general enough to be used across domains, and yet accurate enough for each specific application. In this pap...
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In recent times, the way people access information from the web has undergone a transformation. The demand for information to be accessible from anywhere, anytime, has resulted in the introduction of Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) and cellular phones that are able to browse the web and can be used to find information using wireless connections....
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Web documents usually have complicated layouts and the overall information content can be huge. All these documents are designed for viewing in large screen devices, such as a computer monitor. In recent times, a large number of small screen portable devices, such as personal digital assistants (PDA) and cellular phones, have been made available fo...
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This paper describes a method for automatically routing unconstrained faxes to mail recipients. Incoming faxes usually have many formats, variation in name representation, and can be either machine or hand printed. Our approach synthesized the use of multiple OCR engines, the geometry based name location, and error correcting name matching. Candida...
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This paper presents work done in locating and extracting tables and their contents from document images. While most research in the area of table analysis and recognition has focused on analyzing the raster image, our approach builds upon the advances in optical character recognition (OCR) software to preserve the layout of tabular data by means of...
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Web browsing using small screen handheld devices is becoming more and more common. There has been a realization over the last couple of years that handheld devices are becoming much more than Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs), as were originally called, that they are here to stay and are about to become direct competitors to laptop and desktop com...

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