KIWI: Keyword extractor

 
 
 
 
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KIWI: Keyword extractor
 

Keyword extractor

Target users and customers

The targeted users and customers are the multimedia industry actors, and all academic or industrial laboratories interested in textual document processing.

Application sectors

  • Textual and multimedia document processing

Description:

Kiwi is a software dedicated to the extraction of keywords from a textual document. From an input text, or preferably a normalized text, Kiwi outputs a weighted word vector (see figure 1 below). This ranked keyword vector can then be used as a document description or for indexing purposes.

Martine Garnier-Rizet Original Text:Kiwi is a software dedicated to the extraction of keywords from a textual document.
From an input text, or preferably a normalized text, Kiwi outputs a weighted word vector (see figure 1 below). This ranked keyword vector can then be used as a document description or for indexing purposes.

Kiwi was developed at Irisa/INRIA Rennes by the Texmex team.
The Kiwi author is: Gwénolé Lecorvé

Technical requirements:

  • SPC with Unix/Linux OS
  • Kiwi requires the TreeTagger [1] software to be installed on the system
  • Kiwi requires the Flemm [2] software to be installed on the system

[1] http://www.ims.uni-stuttgart.de/projekte/corplex/TreeTagger/
[2] http://www.univnancy2.fr/pers/namer/Telecharger_Flemm.htm

Conditions for access and use:

Kiwi is a software that has been developed at Irisa/Inria-Rennes and is the property of Inria. Registration at the Agency for Program Protection (APP) in France, is under process.
Kiwi is currently available as a prototype only. It can be released and supplied under license on a case-by-case basis.

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Partners:

  • Inria

Contact details:

General issues:
Patrick GROS
patrick.gros@irisa.fr

Technical issues:
Sebastien CAMPION
scampion@irisa.fr

IRISA/Texmex team
Campus de Beaulieu
35042 Rennes Cedex
France

http://www.irisa.fr/