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Ana Lucic
Research Assistant, SODA

Ana Lucic
Research Goals
My research goals involve extracting patterns, relations from textual data that in turn allow innovative ways of looking at, analyzing, and understanding text. The methods used include content analysis, information retrieval, natural language processing, and text mining.
Current Projects
An authorship attribution problem that involves a large number of candidate authors (62). The project uses grammatical structures that surround personal names as the main feature for style disambiguation.
Analyzing differences and similarities of documents that have been deemed relevant and non-relevant by human judges against a set of queries. The ultimate goal is to identify document characteristics that constitute their "relevancy" even before the query is issued.

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CIRSS Publications

Lucic, A. and Blake, C. (2015,November) Digital Library Support for High Level Learning: A Situated Case Study and Evaluation in Plant Science, Paper presented at Association for Information Science and Technology Annual Meeting, St. Louis, Missouri, Nov 6-10, 2015. Read more

Blake, C. & Lucic, A. (2015) An automated approach to identify endpoints to support the systematic review process. Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 56, 42-56. doi:dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jbi.2015.05.004 Read more

Gabb, H., Blake, C., & Lucic, A. (2015, March). A Method to Automatically Identify the Results from Journal Article. Paper presented at the 2015 iConference, Newport Beach, CA. Read more

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Past CIRSS Events

February 5, 2016
Summarization of Biomedical Texts by Utilizing the Information Extracted from Comparative Sentences
* AbstractComparison sentences represent a rhetorical structure that is commonly used to communicate the findings of an empirical study. Although the overall percentage of comparison sentences in an a…

November 4, 2015
Learning User-Defined, Domain-Specific Relations: A Situated Case Study and Evaluation in Plant Science
AbstractAlthough methods exist to identify well-defined relations, such as is_a or part_of, existing tools rarely support a user who wants to define new, domain-specific relations. We conducted a situ…

September 25, 2015
Summarization of Biomedical Texts by Utilizing Information Extracted from Comparative Sentences
Comparison sentences represent a rhetorical structure that is commonly used to communicate the findings of an empirical study. Although the overall percentage of comparison sentences in an article is …

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