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So What's the Plan? Mining Strategic Planning Documents

by   Ekaterina Artemova, et al.

In this paper we present a corpus of Russian strategic planning documents, RuREBus. This project is grounded both from language technology and e-government perspectives. Not only new language sources and tools are being developed, but also their applications to e-goverment research. We demonstrate the pipeline for creating a text corpus from scratch. First, the annotation schema is designed. Next texts are marked up using human-in-the-loop strategy, so that preliminary annotations are derived from a machine learning model and are manually corrected. The amount of annotated texts is large enough to showcase what insights can be gained from RuREBus.


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