multi-encoding strings(1) replacement with language identification
Enhanced version of the standard Unix strings(1) program which uses language models for automatic language identification and character-set identification, supporting over 1400 languages, dozens of character encodings, and 4800+ language/encoding pairs.
Semantic annotation of archaeology reports with respect to CIDOC-CRM
The semantic annotation system OPTIMA is the result of Andreas Vlachidis PhD work, (supervised by Prof. Douglas Tudhope, University of Glamorgan, UK). OPTIMA performs the NLP tasks of Named Entity Recognition, Relation Extraction, Negation Detection and Word Sense Disambiguation using hand-crafted rules and SKOS terminological resources (English Heritage Thesauri and Glossaries). The resulted semantic annotations are associated with classes of the (ISO 21127:2006) CIDOC Conceptual Reference Model (CRM) and its archaeological extension, CRM-EH. OPTIMA is also targeted at the detection and recognition of contextual relations between CRM entities. Such relations are modeled with respect to the CRM-EH archaeology extension. The pipeline targets the CIDOC-CRM entities; E19.Physical_Object, E53.Place, E49.Time_Appellation and E57.Material and the CRM-EH entities; EHE1001.Context_Event, EHE1002.Production_Event, EHE1004.Deposition_Event and P45.consists_of material property
File Search and Launch Utility Program for Windows
A small and fast file searching utility program. Originally was created for a service department to find and display service manuals. It is written in plain C using Win32 API. One executable file only. Easy install and uninstall, It is searching recursively from the start folder including the sub folders. Matching the search term with the file path name, ignoring spaces (" ") an hyphens ("-") in the file path name and in the search term. It presents a list of full file paths, it has found. Double clicking one the paths, launches the file, with its associated program.