Wikulu - Self-Organizing Wikis project at the UKP Lab employs the latest Natural Language Processing (NLP) technologies to manage unstructured information, i.e. to structure the content in corporate Wikis.
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README.md

Wikulu - Self-Organizing Wikis

Wikulu - Self-Organizing Wikis project at the UKP Lab employs the latest Natural Language Processing (NLP) technologies to manage unstructured information, i.e. to structure the content in corporate Wikis.

The importance of web-based collaboration systems called Wikis has grown tremendously over the last years, e.g. Wikipedia, corporate wikis. As the usability of a wiki is initially very high, the amount of content grows very fast. A common drawback of wikis is however that the usability decreases with the increased content amount. The Wikulu - Self-Organizing Wikis project at the UKP Lab employs the latest Natural Language Processing (NLP) technologies to manage unstructured information, i.e. to structure the content in corporate Wikis. The objective of the project is thus to implement intelligent approaches to assist the user while creating, editing, or searching content. Wikulu should relieve the user of manual information management, leaving more room for productive work. Why is it called Wikulu? Kukulu is Hawaiian for to organize!

Please use the following citation:

@inproceedings{Bar2011,
	author = {Daniel B{\"a}r and Nicolai Erbs and Torsten Zesch and Iryna Gurevych},
	title = {Wikulu: An Extensible Architecture for Integrating Natural Language
Processing Techniques With Wikis},
	month = jun,
	year = {2011},
	address = {Portland, OR, USA},
	booktitle = {Proceedings of the 49th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational
Linguistics: Human Language Technologies. System Demonstrations},
	pages = {74-79},
	location = {Portland, OR, USA},
	pdf = {fileadmin/user_upload/Group_UKP/publikationen/2011/P11-4013.pdf},
}

Contact person: Lisa Beinborn, beinborn@ukp.informatik.tu-darmstadt.de

http://www.ukp.tu-darmstadt.de/

http://www.tu-darmstadt.de/

Funding

The Wikulu - Self-Organizing Wikis project is funded by the Klaus Tschira Foundation.

Installation

This project is provided as is and is missing dependencies. Feel free to re-use parts for your own system, but please do not expect it to run out of the box.