Aplicaciones de Humanidades Digitales: Buscadores textuales IA

Buscador DiSe

DiSe: Prototipo de un buscador en los Diarios de Sesiones del Congreso de los Diputados español.

This work is part of the Digital Humanities Project The idea of ​​Spain and Europe in the conceptual metaphors of the Spanish parliamentary discourse: representation and emotion subsidized by the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and by the University Institute of Textual Analysis and Applications. The main researcher is Dr. Gracia Piñero Piñero and the rest of the project members are: Marina Díaz Peralta, María Jesús García Domínguez and Francisco Javier Carreras Riudavets.

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Buscador DiSeCan.

DiSeCan: Buscador en los Diarios de Sesiones del Parlamento de Canarias.

This work is part of the Project Ultraperiphery and European cohesion: metaphorical conceptualization of Europe in the Canarian political discourse, subsidized by the Government of the Canary Islands (Canarian Agency for Research, Innovation and Information Society (ACIISI)) and the European Union with Funds FEDER. Doctors from IATEXT Gracia Piñero Piñero (principal investigator), Marina Díaz Peralta, María Jesús García Domínguez, Francisco Javier Carreras Riudavets, Zenón Hernández Figueroa and computer engineer Orlando Belloch Díaz participate in the Project.

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Buscador-IA en los artículos publicados en la web The Conversation

Buscador-IA in articles published on the web The Conversation is an application developed with Artificial Intelligence and related to Digital Humanities. Its main function is to facilitate the search for academic and scientific content through the use of linguistic resources: exact search (Search in order), by motto, by grammatical category and with distance (measured in number of words) between the search terms. . In addition, you can search and filter articles by publication date, scope and keywords, as well as set the size of the context of the phrase in its dropdown.

This application has been developed jointly by the University Institute of Textual Analysis and Applications and the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. 

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