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Library of Academic Publications

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Publications describing Leximancer

Evaluation of Unsupervised Semantic Mapping of Natural Language with Leximancer Concept Mapping
The Leximancer system is a relatively new method for transforming lexical co-occurrence information from natural language into semantic patterns in an unsupervised manner. It employs two stages of co-occurrence information extraction --- semantic and relational, using a different algorithm for each stage. The algorithms used are statistical but they employ nonlinear dynamics and machine learning. This paper seeks to validate the output of Leximancer using a set of evaluation criteria taken from Content Analysis which are appropriate for Knowledge Discovery tasks. A. E. Smith and M. S. Humphreys. Evaluation of Unsupervised Semantic Mapping of Natural Language with Leximancer Concept Mapping. Behavior Research Methods, 38 (2), 262-279, 2006. PDF
Automatic Extraction of Semantic Networks from Text using Leximancer
A. E. Smith. In HLT-NAACL 2003 Human Language Technology Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics - Companion Volume, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, May 2003. PDF
Machine Mapping of Document Collections- the Leximancer System
A. E. Smith. In Proceedings of the Fifth Australasian Document Computing Symposium, DSTC, Dec 2000, Sunshine Coast, Australia. PDF

Publications applying Leximancer

Rebuilding institutional legitimacy in post-conflict societies: An Asia pacific case study – Phase 1A
Kylie Fisk, Dr Adrian Cherney, A/P Matthew Hornsey, Dr Andrew Smith, The University of Queensland, 2009. Report on grant funded by AFOSR/AOARD (Award number FA2386-08-1-4094). This is a major piece of large scale qualitative research covering primary, academic, and governmental text sources (such as blogs, web sites, reports, and papers) from Nepal and East Timor. This work applies Group Identity Theory to the issue of rebuilding the legitimacy of a nation's government and justice systems. This work was only made feasible by using Leximancer 3 to support collaborative grounded analysis by a very small team in a short timeframe. PDF
Pain language and gender differences when describing a past pain event
Strong J et al. PAIN (2009) (In Press), doi:10.1016/j.pain.2009.05.018
Use of an Automatic Content Analysis Tool: a Technique for seeing both Local and Global Scope
Stockwell, P., Colomb, R. M., Smith, A. E., & Wiles, J. (2009). International Journal of Human Computer Studies, 67(5), 424-436.
Genderlect and conflict in the Australian construction industry
Martin Loosemore and Natalie Galea. Construction Management and Economics, Volume 26, Issue 2 2008 , pages 125 - 135. Journal Page
Requirements and their impact downstream: Improving causal analysis processes through measurement and analysis of textual information
Monarch, I. R., Goldenson, D. R., & Osieki, L. T. (2008). Software engineering measurement and analysis initiative - US Department of Defense and Carnegie Mellon University, Technical Report September 2008. Report
Men and conflict in the construction industry
Galea, N and Loosemore, M. Twenty second Annual ARCOM Conference, University of Birmingham, UK Sept 2006, 843 - 850. DOC
Profiling Enterprise Risks in Large Computer Companies using the Leximancer Software Tool
Nigel J. Martin and John L. Rice. Risk Management, 9, 188-206, 2007. PDF
Media-ted Political Oratory following Terrorist Events
Bernard McKenna and Neal Waddell. Journal of Language and Politics 6:3 (2007) pp377-399.
An analysis of the large-scale use of online discussion in an undergraduate medical course
Claire de la Varre, Rachel Ellaway and David Dewhurst. In: Cook, J. and Whitelock, D. (2005) Exploring the frontiers of e-learning: borders, outposts and migration; 2005, 12th International Conference Research Proceedings, Oxford. PDF
From Despotism to Democracy- Reporting Iraq's January 2005 election in the Australian and Middle Eastern print media
Ben Isakhan. In Proceedings of the 2005 Journalism Education Association Conference Editors: Stephen Stockwell and Ben Isakhan, Publisher: School of Arts, Griffith University, Copyright Date: 20th December, 2005. ISBN: 1920952551. PDF
Use of automated content analysis techniques for event image assessment
N. Scott and A. E. Smith. Tourism Recreation Research, 30(2), 87-91, 2005. PDF
Leximancer Concept Mapping of Patient Case Studies
Marcus Watson, Andrew Smith, Scott Watter. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Volume 3683, Aug 2005, Pages 1232 - 1238. Journal Page
How do practitioners use conceptual modeling in practice?
Islay Davies, Peter Green, Michael Rosemann, Marta Indulska, Stan Gallo. Data & Knowledge Engineering, 58 (2006) pages 358-380.
Knowledge, Economy, Technology and Society- The Politics of Discourse
David Rooney. Telematics and Informatics, Volume 22, Issue 4, November 2005, Pages 405-422. DOC
Human Error in Maritime Operations- Analyses of Accident Reports using the Leximancer Tool
Michelle R. Grech, Tim Horberry and Andrew Smith. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 46th Annual Meeting, HFES, Baltimore, MD, Oct 2002. PDF
An examination of the social categorization of Chinese ethnic groups and its influence on intergroup relations in Australia
Shuang Liu. 54th Annual Conference of International Communication Association, May 27-31, 2004, New Orleans. DOC
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