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TAC 2011 MultiLing pilot overview. / Giannakopoulos, G.; El-Haj, M.; Favre, B.; Litvak, M.; Steinberger, J.; Varma, V.

Text Analysis Conference (TAC) 2011, MultiLing Summarisation Pilot. Maryland, USA : TAC, 2011.

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Giannakopoulos, G, El-Haj, M, Favre, B, Litvak, M, Steinberger, J & Varma, V 2011, TAC 2011 MultiLing pilot overview. in Text Analysis Conference (TAC) 2011, MultiLing Summarisation Pilot. TAC, Maryland, USA. <http://www.nist.gov/tac/publications/2011/additional.papers/Summarization2011_MultiLing_overview.proceedings.pdf>

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Giannakopoulos, G., El-Haj, M., Favre, B., Litvak, M., Steinberger, J., & Varma, V. (2011). TAC 2011 MultiLing pilot overview. In Text Analysis Conference (TAC) 2011, MultiLing Summarisation Pilot TAC. http://www.nist.gov/tac/publications/2011/additional.papers/Summarization2011_MultiLing_overview.proceedings.pdf

Vancouver

Giannakopoulos G, El-Haj M, Favre B, Litvak M, Steinberger J, Varma V. TAC 2011 MultiLing pilot overview. In Text Analysis Conference (TAC) 2011, MultiLing Summarisation Pilot. Maryland, USA: TAC. 2011

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Giannakopoulos, G. ; El-Haj, M. ; Favre, B. ; Litvak, M. ; Steinberger, J. ; Varma, V. / TAC 2011 MultiLing pilot overview. Text Analysis Conference (TAC) 2011, MultiLing Summarisation Pilot. Maryland, USA : TAC, 2011.

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