• #DH2014 Tutorial

    By Jannik Stroetgen on July 9, 2014
    In the course of  DH2014, the heureCLÉA team gave a tutorial on using CATMA as a collaborative annotation and analysis tool. In addition to CATMA, we also presented the first joint results of the heureCLÉA project: after a short introduction to HeidelTime and the flexibility of its underlying architecture (UIMA), we gave a demo on the integration of our automatic […]
  • Poster presentations at LREC 2014, Reykjavik

    By Jannik Stroetgen on June 10, 2014
    Here are our two posters that we presented at this year’s LREC in Reykjavik, Iceland: Computational Narratology: Extracting Tense Clusters from Narrative Texts. [poster] [paper] Extending HeidelTime for Temporal Expressions Referring to Historic Dates. [poster] [paper]
  • Poster on “Annotating Temporal Phenomena in Literary Text”

    By heureadmin on November 20, 2013
    At this year’s Herrenhauser Conference on “(Digital) Humanities Revisited – Challenges and Opportunities in the Digital Age” (December 5 – 7, 2013), we will present a poster on “Annotating Temporal Phenomena in Literary Text in the Context of the heureCLÉA Project”. Stay tuned! (Special Thanks to the VolkswagenStiftung for the Traval Grant!) Selection of Tweets about HeidelTime at #dighum1213 For historians, […]
  • HeidelTime @ TempEval 2013

    By Jannik Stroetgen on May 21, 2013
    The HeidelTime team of the Heidelberg University participated in the TempEval-3 challenge of the SemEval 2013 workshop. For this, we tuned HeidelTime’s English resources and developed new Spanish resources. For both languages, HeidelTime achieved the best results for the temporal tagging task (extraction + normalization) of all participants. In the context of TempEval-3, we released a new version of HeidelTime […]