Research Associate, NLP Research Group, The University of Sheffield
The user location dataset from the Hypertext paper is available here. It is fully anonymous and contains locations for and friendships between over 200,000 users.
|Where's @wally? A Graph Based Method for Geolocating Users in Social Networks||Dominic Rout, Daniel Preotiuc-Pietro, Kalina Bontcheva and Trevor Cohn||2013||Read|
|24th ACM Conference on Hypertext and Social Media||Cite|
|Reliably Evaluating Summaries of Twitter Timelines||Dominic Rout, Kalina Bontcheva, Mark Hepple||2013||Read|
|AAAI Spring Symposium on Analysing Microtext||Cite|
|Challenges in developing opinion mining tools for social media||Diana Maynard, Kalina Bontcheva, Dominic Rout||2012||Read|
|@NLP can u tag #usergeneratedcontent?! workshop at LREC||Cite|
|Petrodatabase: an on-line database for thin section ceramic petrography||Patrick Quinn, Dominic Rout, Luke Stringer, Timothy Alexander, Alasdair Armstrong, Sam Olmsted||2011||Read|
|Journal of Archaeological Science||Cite|
|Twitterati: Event Recognition in Social Streams (Dissertation Project)||Dominic Rout, Mark Hepple||2011||Read|
|The University of Sheffield||Cite|
I helped to create a virtual exhibition called "#love" as part of Sheffield's Festival of the Mind.
I am a long-standing folk musician and songwriter, and help to organise Open Space, an open mic night in the city.
I practise web development, sometimes with Ruby on Rails.
I maintain a GitHub account and occassionally contribute to open source software.
The Department of Computer Science
I completed my BEng in Software Engineering at the University of Sheffield in 2011.
I was born in Hull and finished my early education there. I have this in common with many notable historical figures.