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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011Collection, Analysis and Dissemination of Open Source Safeguards-Relevant News Using Web Based ApplicationsWOLFART Erik; COJAZZI Giacomo; VAN DER GOOT Erik; HAMMOND William; FUART Flavio; GASTELUM Zoe; FELDMAN Yana; FERGUSON Matthew; ZARUCKI RyszardContributions to Conferences
2007Combining Information about Epidemic Threats from Multiple SourcesYANGARBER Roman; BEST Clive; VAN ETTER Peter; FUART FLAVIO; HORBY David; STEINBERGER RALFContributions to Conferences
2006Geocoding Multilingual Texts: Recognition, Disambiguation and VisualisationPOULIQUEN BRUNO; KIMLER Marco; STEINBERGER RALF; IGNAT CAMELIA; OELLINGER Tamara; BLACKLER Kenneth; FUART FLAVIO; ZAGHOUANI Wajdi; WIDIGER Anna; FORSLUND Ann-Charlotte, et alContributions to Conferences
2011Media Monitoring of Public Health Threats with MedISysLINGE Jens; VERILE Marco; TANEV Hristo; ZAVARELLA Vanni; FUART Flavio; VAN DER GOOT ErikContributions to Conferences
2010MedISys - Medical Information SystemLINGE Jens; STEINBERGER Ralf; FUART Flavio; BUCCI Stefano; GEMO Monica; BELYAEVA Jenya; AL KHUDHAIRY Delilah; YANGARBER Roman; VAN DER GOOT ErikArticles in books
2008MedISys: A Multilingual Media Monitoring Tool for Medical Intelligence and Early WarningSTEINBERGER RALF; FUART FLAVIO; POULIQUEN BRUNO; VAN DER GOOT ERIKContributions to Conferences
2008Text Mining from the Web for Medical IntelligenceSTEINBERGER RALF; FUART FLAVIO; VAN DER GOOT ERIK; BEST Clive; VAN ETTER Peter; YANGARBER RomanArticles in books
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