Olesya Razuvayevskaya

Olesya Razuvayevskaya
University of Cambridge | Cam · Computer Laboratory

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4 Research Items
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Education
September 2011 - September 2012
The University of Edinburgh
Field of study
  • Computer Science
September 2007 - June 2011

Publications

Publications (5)
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The Open Targets Platform (https://platform.opentargets.org/) is an open source resource to systematically assist drug target identification and prioritisation using publicly available data. Since our last update, we have reimagined, redesigned, and rebuilt the Platform in order to streamline data integration and harmonisation, expand the ways in w...
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The Open Targets Platform (https://www.targetvalidation.org/) provides users with a queryable knowledgebase and user interface to aid systematic target identification and prioritisation for drug discovery based upon underlying evidence. It is publicly available and the underlying code is open source. Since our last update two years ago, we have had...
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Enthymeme reconstruction, i.e. the task of reformulating arguments with missing propositions, is an exciting task at the borderline of text understanding and argument interpretation. However, there is some doubt in the community about the feasibility of this task due to the wide range of possible reformulations that are open to humans. We therefore...
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Enthymeme reconstruction, i.e. the task of reformulating arguments with missing propositions, is an exciting task at the borderline of text understanding and argument interpretation. However, there is some doubt in the community about the feasibility of this task due to the wide range of possible reformulations that are open to humans. We therefore...
Thesis
This thesis describes the full design process of VENECA, a research tool for experts in the area of cognitive science who specialize in children with ASC. The initial sections of this work concentrate on analyses of open questions and underexplored hypotheses in the area that can potentially be interesting to future expert users, and specifications...

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