Semantic Annotation and Retrieval of Parliamentary Content: A Case Study on the Spanish Congress of Deputies
EntityUAM. Departamento de Ingeniería Informática
PublisherCEUR Workshop Proceedings
CitationCantador, I.; Quijano-Sánchez, J. Semantic Annotation and Retrieval of Parliamentary Content: A Case Study on the Spanish Congress of Deputies. 1st Joint Conference of the Information Retrieval Communities (CIRCLE 2020) vol. 2621. Samatan, Gers, Francia, julio 2020
Funded byThis work was supported by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation (PID2019-108965GB-I00). The authors acknowledge CIECODE for providing the dataset used in this work, and thank its director –Javier Pérez– and members –Pablo Martín, Belén Agüero and Irene Matín– for their help and support in the project. They also thank Alejandro Bellogín for his help on the regular expression processing
ProjectGobierno de España. PID2019-108965GB-I00
SubjectsParliamentary content; Semantic annotation; Argument extraction; Ontology-based information retrieval; Informática
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In this paper, we present an ontology-based annotation and retrieval approach for parliamentary content, such as debate transcripts and law proposals. Exploiting a number of domain ontologies, semantic web technologies and information retrieval techniques, our approach extracts topics, concepts and named entities (e.g., names of politicians and political parties) appearing in input documents. The domain ontologies were designed to support multilinguality, and were built from the United Nations taxonomy of sustainable development goals. The approach was instantiated with a text corpus extracted from the Spanish Congress of Deputies and is being integrated into an e-government platform
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