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I am a Post Doc in the Language Technology Group at the University of Oslo. My main research interests are information extraction, sentiment analysis (collaborating with the SANT project), and applications of Natural Language Processing and machine learning methods to tasks within social science research. I also mainly work on under-resourced languages.  

Teaching

Tags: language technology, Natural Language Processing, Computational Linguistics, Machine Learning

Publications

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  • Touileb, Samia; Øvrelid, Lilja & Velldal, Erik (2021). Using Gender- and Polarity-informed Models to Investigate Bias.
  • Touileb, Samia; Pedersen, Truls Andre & Sjøvaag, Helle (2018). Automatically identifying names of unrecognized politicians.
  • Sjøvaag, Helle; Pedersen, Truls Andre & Touileb, Samia (2018). Operationalising Diversity for Big Data Policy Research.
  • Pedersen, Truls Andre; Touileb, Samia & Sjøvaag, Helle (2017). Finding Voices in the Margins: Computer-Assisted Discovery of Naturally Belonging Names .
  • Touileb, Samia & Duarte, Katherine (2016). Getting to know large newsflows: Automatically induced information structures as keyphrases for news content analysis.
  • Touileb, Samia & Steskal, Lubos (2015). A computational approach to organize and analyze online communication data.
  • Iversen, Magnus Hoem; Pedersen, Truls Andre; Stavelin, Eirik & Touileb, Samia (2015). Computer supported deliberation and argumentation online. Proposing a system for online argumentation.
  • Touileb, Samia (2013). Inducing local grammars from n-grams.
  • Salway, Andrew; Hofland, Knut & Touileb, Samia (2013). Applying Corpus Techniques to Climate Change Blogs.
  • Touileb, Samia; Elgesem, Dag & Steskal, Lubos (2012). Networks of texts and people.
  • Touileb, Samia; Elgesem, Dag & Salway, Andrew (2017). Automatically Inducing Information Structures. A Text Mining Approach Based on the Distributional Hypothesis. Universitetet i Bergen. ISSN 978-82-308-3976-8.

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Published June 19, 2017 3:22 PM - Last modified Dec. 8, 2021 12:14 PM