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Krizhanovsky Andrew A.

Academic degree: Cand. (PhD) of Techics (2008)

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Address: IAMR KarRC RAS
11, Pushkinskaya str.
Petrozavodsk
Karelia
185910, Russia

Education: Nov 2008: PhD in Computer Science at Institution of the Russian Academy of Sciences St.Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation RAS.
Thesis: "Automatic forming lists of semantically related terms based
on wiki-texts
".

2002-2005: Doctoral student, St.Petersburg Institute for Informatics and
Automation of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Computer-Aided
Integrated Systems Laboratory, Russia

1997-2002 graduated (magna cum laude) from St.Petersburg State Technical University / Department of Applied Mathematics
Master in Applied Mathematics & Informatics / Master Thesis (July 2002):
"Development & comparing optimal search strategies in renju"
Bachelor Thesis (July 2000): "Minimum geometric disk cover: NPC and heuristics"

Major research trends: Computational linguistics (semantic relatedness, corpus linguistics, thesauri and machine-readable dictionaries, lexicography), ontology management.

Experience of pedagogical activity: The tutorial Methodology and guidelines of writing articles in Wikipedia by students with the help of the teacher (the Russian Wikipedia case study) (in Russian) about using Wikipedia as an educational platform was awarded as the best work at competition Questions of copyright: Public Domain case.

Developed software
  • Wikokit (2008 - today) Ц automatic extraction of lexicographic information from Russian Wiktionary and English Wiktionary. Constructing of thesauri and machine-readable dictionaries.
    Languages: Java, Perl, MySQL, SQLite.

  • Magnetowordik (2011) Ц game, which helps to learn foreign words in many languages. The game based on multilingual thesaurus.
    Languages: Java, SQLite, Android.
  • Synarcher (2005-2008) Ц search of synonyms in Wikipedia
    Languages: Java, MySQL

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  • Last modified: July 25, 2017