Publications


  • Steskal, L. (forthcoming 2016). “Using LDA to Model Changes in Perceived Sentiment while Reading – an Explorative Analysis.” Proc. of Workshop on Human Language Technology and Intelligent Applications (HTIA 2016) at the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI-16).
  • Touileb, S. and Duarte, K. (forhcoming 2016). “Getting to know large newsflows: Automatically induced information structures as keyphrases for news content analysis.” Proc. of Workshop on Natural Language Processing meets Journalism, at the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI-16).
  • Salway, A., Elgesem, D., Hofland, K., Reigem, Ø. and Steskal, L. (forthcoming 2016). “Topically-focused Blog Corpora for Multiple Languages.” Proc. of the 10th Web as Corpus workshop (WAC-X).
  • Elgesem, D., Feinerer, I. and Steskal, L. (2016). “Bloggers’ Responses to the Snowden Affair: Combining Automated and Manual Methods in the Analysis of News Blogging.” Computer Supported and Collaborative Work (CSCW), 25 (2-3), pp. 167-191
  • Elgesem, D., L. Steskal and N. Diakopoulos (2015). “The structure and content of the discourse on climate change in the blogosphere: the big picture”. Environmental Communication, 9 (2) Special issue on climate change communication on the Internet, pp. 169-188. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17524032.2014.983536
  • Elgesem, D. (2015).”Consent and information – ethical considerations when conducting research on social media.” In Internet Research Ethics, edited by H. Fossheim and H. Igierd. Oslo: Cappelen Damm Akademisk, pp. 14-34.
  • Kennedy, H., Elgesem, D. and Miguel, C. (2015). “On fairness: User perspectives on social media data mining.” Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, pp. 1-19
  • Steskal, L. (2015). “From Documents to Ideas: Using Salient Texts to Represent Linked Corpora.” XXXV Sunbelt Conference of the International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA)
  • Steskal, L and Touileb, S. (2015). “A computational approach to organize and analyze online communication data.” ICA2015 pre-conference Computational Approaches to Advance Communication Research.
  • Elgesem, D. and Salway, A. (2015). “Traitor, whistleblower or hero? Moral evaluations of the Snowden-affair in the blogosphere.” Proc. Corpus Linguistics Conference 2015, Lancaster, edited by T. McEnry.
  • Salway, A., Elgesem, D. and Fløttum, K. (2015). “Representations of the future in “accepting” and “sceptical” climate change blogs.” Proc. Corpus Linguistics Conference 2015, Lancaster, edited by T. McEnry.
  • Salway, A. and Hofland, K. (2015). “Building comparable topical blog corpora for multiple languages.” Proc. Corpus Linguistics Conference 2015, Lancaster, edited by T. McEnry.
  • Touileb, S. and Salway, A. (2015). “Constructions: a new unit of analysis for corpus-based discourse analysis.” Proc. the 28th Pacific Asia Conference on Lanuage, Information and Computation (PACLIC 28), edited by W. Aroonmanakun et. a.l., pp. 634-643
  • Salway, A,  Touileb, S. and Tvinnereim, E. (2014) “Inducing Information Structures for Data-driven Text Analysis”. Procs. ACL workshop on Language Technologies and Computational Social Science, pp. 28-32.
  • Elgesem, D. (2014). “Fra klimaskepsis til energipolitikk. Klimablogging på norsk.” (En.: “From climate skepticism to energy politics. Blogging about climate change in Norwegian”). In: Klima, medier og politikk. Edited by E. Eide et. al., Oslo: Abstrakt forlag, pp. 281-298.
  • Salway, A. and S. Touileb (2014). “Applying Grammar Induction to Text Mining”. Proc. of  The 52nd Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, Baltimore, pp. 712-17.
  • Diakopoulos, N, A. Zhang, D. Elgesem and A. Salway (2014). “Identifying and Analyzing Moral Evaluation Frames in Climate Change Blog Discourse”. Proc. of the Eighth International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM 2014).
  • Moe, R. (2014). “Clustering in a News Corpus”. Text, Speech and Dialogue. Springer Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, pp. 302-307.
  • Moe, Richard E. (2014). “Improvements to Suffix Tree Clustering”. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Volume 8416, 2014, pp 662-667
  • Moe, R. and D. Elgesem (2013). “Compact trie clustering for overlap detection in news”. Proc. Norsk Informatikkonferanse NIK 2013, 64-77.
  • Fløttum, K., Gjerstad, Ø., Gjesdal, A.M., Koteyko, N. and Salway, A. (2014). “Representations of the FUTURE in English-language Blogs on Climate Change.” ICAME 35 Book of Abstracts.
  • Diakopoulos, N., A. Zhang and A. Salway (2013). “Visual Analytics of Media Frames in Online News and Blogs”. Procs. IEEE InfoVis Workshop on Text Visualization.
  • Salway, A., K. Hofland and S. Touileb (2013). “Applying Corpus Techniques to Climate Change Blogs”. Extended abstract and poster presentation at Corpus Linguistics 2013, Lancaster University.
  • Hofland, K., P. Meurer and A. Salway (2013). “Forty years of working with corpora: from Ibsen to Twitter, and beyond”. In Bergen Language and Linguistics Studies 3 (1), 9-22.
  • Salway, A., N. Diakopoulos and D. Elgesem (2012). “Visualizing Information Diffusion and Polarization with Key Statements”. Procs. SocMedVis 2012, workshop at AAAI International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media, Dublin.
  • Diakopoulos, N. (2012). Visual Analytics of Blog Corpora for Communication Scholars”. Proceedings of the 2nd Workshop on Interactive Visual Text Analytics. At Viz Week 2012. Seattle, WA, USA.
  • Duarte, K. and D. Elgesem (2012). Who are the Experts? Audiences’ perception of climate change and the framing of expertise in mainstream and social media”. Workshop on Communicating Climate Change III – The Audience Perspectives. Istanbul.