March 21, 2004

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Buzzword for the day: named entity extraction

Apparently, it’s an established research problem…

University of New South Wales: Concepcion S. Wilson

http://www2.sistm.unsw.edu.au/nps/servlet/portalservice?GI_ID=System.LoggedOutInheritableArea&maxWnd=%7BE8874FF7-0000-00F9-7CBA-C81A815EDE12%7D:-1115785899

- Information retrieval: Automatic indexing and classification of full-text documents
http://www.kmrg.unsw.edu.au/

Computer science resources

- Computer Science Teaching Center, http://www.cstc.org
Computing and Information Technology Interactive Digital Educational Library, http://www.citidel.org
National Science Digital Library, http://www.nsdl.org

Problem with footnote.el and auctex

From Rainer Volz:

In case anybody has the same problem, I (probably) found the source and a
workaround.

The error “Symbol’s function definition is void: TeX-add-style-hook” is caused
by the footnote-mode, which in turn is loaded by muse-mode, as a default minor
mode in “Muse/Muse Mode/Muse Mode Hook”.

Turning footnote-mode off lets me enter muse-mode (and planner-mode) without
the error. Since I rarely use footnotes I can live without footnote-mode.

If you can’t: several messages found on the net seem to indicate that the real
source of the problem is a path/duplicate file problem between the normal
texinfo.el and a texinfo.el supplied by Auctex. footnote-mode tries to load
the normal texinfo.el but gets the Auctex version, which then tries to run the
function “TeX-add-style-hook”. A solution could be to change the load-path for
Emacs libraries or to deinstall Auctex.

Hope that helps,
Raine

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