PATHS at eCult dialogue day 2013
Presentation given by Kate Fernie at the eCult Dialogue Day, 19th September 2013, Dubrovnik
PATHS @ European Association of Archaeologists conference 2013
Presentation given by Kate Fernie at the European Association of Archaeologists Conference in Pilsen, September 2013.
PATHS at eChallenges2013
Presentation given by Kate Fernie about PATHS at the eChallenges conference, Dublin, October 2013
PATHS at VSMM 2012
Presentation given by Kate Fernie, MDR Partners at VSMM 2012, Milan (5 September) on Personalising Access
PATHS at Digital Humanities Congress 2012
A presentation about the project given by N. Aletras, P.D. Clough, S. Fernando, N.Ford, P. Goodale, M.M. Hall and M. Stevenson from the Information School /Department of Computer Science, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, 6-8 September 2012
Evaluating the Use of Clustering for Automatically Organising Digital Library Collections
Presentation given by Mark M. Hall, Mark Stevenson and Paul D. Clough at TPDL 2012, Cyprus, 24-27 September 2012
Comparing taxonomies for organising collections of documents presentation
A pilot on Semantic Textual Similarity
PATHS at PATCH 2011
A presentation about the project given at PATCH 2011 by Paula Goodale, Paul Clough, Nigel Ford and Mark Stevenson, University of Sheffield.
PATHS at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
Presentation given by Mark Stevenson, University of Sheffield, at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia
Presentation at the Language Technology Group, Computer Science and Software Engineering Department, Melbourne University.
Presentation given by Mark Stevenson, University of Sheffield,
PATHS presentation at York University
Presentation given by Paul Clough, University of Sheffield, to the HCI Group at York University and memebers of the Open Society Archives from the central European University in Budapest.
PATHS at EuropeanaTech 2011
Presentation given by Mark Hall, University of Sheffield, at EuropeanaTech 2011, Vienna (4 - 5 October) on Aggreating Cultural Heritage Collections using Automatically Generated Topic Hierarchies.