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Adam Tsakalidis
Adam Tsakalidis
Research Fellow, Queen Mary University of London; The Alan Turing Institute
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Predicting elections for multiple countries using Twitter and polls
A Tsakalidis, S Papadopoulos, AI Cristea, Y Kompatsiaris
IEEE Intelligent Systems 30 (2), 10-17, 2015
882015
Towards real-time, country-level location classification of worldwide tweets
A Zubiaga, A Voss, R Procter, M Liakata, B Wang, A Tsakalidis
IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering 29 (9), 2053-2066, 2017
532017
An ensemble model for cross-domain polarity classification on twitter
A Tsakalidis, S Papadopoulos, I Kompatsiaris
International conference on web information systems engineering, 168-177, 2014
402014
Nowcasting the stance of social media users in a sudden vote: The case of the Greek Referendum
A Tsakalidis, N Aletras, AI Cristea, M Liakata
Proceedings of the 27th ACM International Conference on Information and …, 2018
382018
Building and evaluating resources for sentiment analysis in the Greek language
A Tsakalidis, S Papadopoulos, R Voskaki, K Ioannidou, C Boididou, ...
Language resources and evaluation 52 (4), 1021-1044, 2018
372018
Sequential modelling of the evolution of word representations for semantic change detection
A Tsakalidis, M Liakata
Proceedings of the 2020 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language …, 2020
20*2020
Mining the UK web archive for semantic change detection
A Tsakalidis, M Bazzi, M Cucuringu, P Basile, B McGillivray
Recent Advances in Natural Language Processing, 2019
182019
Combining heterogeneous user generated data to sense well-being
A Tsakalidis, M Liakata, T Damoulas, B Jellinek, W Guo, A Cristea
Proceedings of COLING 2016, the 26th International Conference on …, 2016
172016
Can we assess mental health through social media and smart devices? Addressing bias in methodology and evaluation
A Tsakalidis, M Liakata, T Damoulas, AI Cristea
Joint European Conference on Machine Learning and Knowledge Discovery in …, 2018
162018
Overview of the CLPsych 2022 Shared Task: Capturing Moments of Change in Longitudinal User Posts
A Tsakalidis, J Chim, IM Bilal, A Zirikly, D Atzil-Slonim, F Nanni, P Resnik, ...
112022
TOTEMSS: Topic-based, temporal sentiment summarisation for Twitter
B Wang, M Liakata, A Tsakalidis, SG Kolaitis, S Papadopoulos, ...
Proceedings of the IJCNLP 2017, System Demonstrations, 21-24, 2017
112017
WarwickDCS: from phrase-based to target-specific sentiment recognition.
R Townsend, A Tsakalidis, Y Zhou, B Wang, M Liakata, A Zubiaga, ...
Association for Computational Linguistics, 2015
112015
Identifying Moments of Change from Longitudinal User Text
A Tsakalidis, F Nanni, A Hills, J Chim, J Song, M Liakata
arXiv preprint arXiv:2205.05593, 2022
102022
On the need for fine-grained analysis of Gender versus Commenting Behaviour in MOOCs
M Alshehri, J Foss, AI Cristea, M Kayama, L Shi, A Alamri, A Tsakalidis
Proceedings of the 2018 The 3rd International Conference on Information and …, 2018
92018
DUKweb, diachronic word representations from the UK Web Archive corpus
A Tsakalidis, P Basile, M Bazzi, M Cucuringu, B McGillivray
Scientific Data 8 (1), 1-12, 2021
52021
Greek sentiment lexicon
A Tsakalidis, S Papadopoulos, O Voskaki, K Ioannidou, C Boididou
42014
Evaluation of Thematic Coherence in Microblogs
IM Bilal, B Wang, M Liakata, R Procter, A Tsakalidis
arXiv preprint arXiv:2106.15971, 2021
32021
Automatic Identification of Ruptures in Transcribed Psychotherapy Sessions
A Tsakalidis, D Atzil-Slonim, A Polakovski, N Shapira, R Tuval-Mashiach, ...
Proceedings of the Seventh Workshop on Computational Linguistics and …, 2021
22021
QMUL-SDS@ DIACR-Ita: Evaluating Unsupervised Diachronic Lexical Semantics Classification in Italian (short paper).
R Alkhalifa, A Tsakalidis, A Zubiaga, M Liakata
EVALITA, 2020
1*2020
Template-based Abstractive Microblog Opinion Summarisation
IM Bilal, B Wang, A Tsakalidis, D Nguyen, R Procter, M Liakata
arXiv preprint arXiv:2208.04083, 2022
2022
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