TimeSEA - Time-centric Search, Exploration, and Analytics projects

HeidelTime

Though initially developed at Heidelberg University, we are actively working on maintaining and extending the multilingual and domain-sensitive temporal tagger HeidelTime.

More details can be found on the HeidelTime github page.

date-Rome

The goal of this project is to automatically extract and explain street names with date references across the world. More details will be available soon. For now, some details can be found in our 2017 WWW poster paper:

 

Rosita Andrade, Jannik Strötgen: All Dates Lead to Rome: Extracting and Explaining Temporal References in Street Names.WWW'17, Perth, Australia, April 3-7, 2017. [pdf]

 

The online demo of date-Rome - a system to explore street names with date references and their explanations - can be found here.

tiwiki - a time-aware search engine for Wikipedia

The goal of the tiwiki project is to make a time-aware search engine for Wikipedia available to the general public. More details will be available soon. For now, some details can be found in our 2017 TempWeb paper:

 

Prabal Agarwal, Jannik Strötgen: Tiwiki: Searching Wikipedia with Temporal Constraints.TempWeb'17, Perth, Australia, April 3, 2017.[pdf]

 

The tiwiki system can be found here.

tiwoli - today in world literature

In the tiwoli project, we are analyzing temporal expressions in large corpora of world literature.

More details about the project and links to the tiwoli apps and the tiwoli online exploration tool can be found here and here.