Fritz Kliche's research while affiliated with Universität Stuttgart and other places

Publications (8)

Thesis
Sammlungen von Textdaten können oft als semi-strukturierte Daten beschrieben werden, die sich in strukturelle Einheiten segmentieren lassen, in denen Elemente eines impliziten Schemas erkannt und in ein strukturiertes Format überführt werden können. Für diese Erschließung wird eine Software vorgestellt, die Funktionen für indikatorbasierte Regeln s...
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This paper presents preliminary considerations regarding objectives and workflow of LexBib, a project which is currently being developed at the University of Hildesheim. We briefly describe the state of the art in electronic bibliographies in general, and bibliographies of lexicography and dictionary research in particular. The LexBib project is in...
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Ziel der hier vorgestellten Studie ist eine Beschreibung der Schnittmenge von Diskursräumen in der Lexikographie bzw. Metalexikographie und den Digital Humanities (DH). Dabei geht es um die Bestimmung von explizit bzw. implizit als Teil der DH aufzufassenden Beiträgen zu lexikographischen Themen und, andersherum, von lexikographierelevanten Themen,...
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In this paper, we present a simple method for drafting sense-disambiguated bilingual dictionary content using lexical data extracted from merged wordnets, on the one hand, and from BabelNet, a very large resource built automatically from wordnets and other sources, on the other. Our motivation for using English-Basque as a showcase is the fact that...

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... For term candidates extracted with TrEx, relevant metadata categories, including provencance, are listed in Table 1. The starting point for our RDF modeling is a proposal presented by German National Library (DNB), 8 that uses the W3C's PROV Data Model and PROV Ontology. 9 Table 1 Points for provenance data for TrEx iterations and single term candidates. ...
... In parallel, at University of Hildesheim, the LexBib project was planned, with the goal of creating a domain ontology and digital bibliography of Lexicography and Dictionary Research. First steps in that project are described in Lindemann, Kliche & Heid (2018); the LexBib metadata and full text collection was put together and made accessible using the Zotero platform, 3 and workflows for a conversion of publication metadata to RDF Linked Data were explored. Despite slightly different aims (ELEXIS being focussed more on providing a tool to efficiently find the relevant publication, and the LexBib Zotero collection having a more bibliographic focus, that is, to provide validated metadata for the purpose of citations), both initiatives had a great deal of overlap. ...
... 16 Some online archives provide automatic duplicate-removal options; however, these options lack transparency since they do not define what counts as a duplicate (with respect to a specific research question) and how they automatically identify and remove them. 17 For more detailed information on our sampling cleaning process, see Blessing, Sonntag, et al. (2013) and Blessing, Kliche, et al. (2015b). 18 According to Wessler (1998, p. 666) topics or 'issues' are controversial objects of political communication that must be distinguishable from other issues, and on which the public forms opinions in the course of a debate. ...