Expert-centric oil and gas digital technology

Delighted to be invited to present at the 'Expert-centric oil and gas digital technology' event at the Geological Society of London on January 24th 2019. I will be sharing some research that was published in the Journal of Information Science. More here

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Dependency Parsing in Geoscience Text

In Natural Language Processing (NLP) the technique of Dependency Parsing has been used for many years. It is an area of ongoing research. Using Part of Speech (POS) tagging, it helps in part break up a sentence to determine 'what relates to what' to define syntactic root structures (heads and dependents). Along with other techniques... Continue Reading →

Search Term Recommendations

Search query term recommendations for Scholarly and Enterprise Search: Google Scholar recently introduced recommended search terms based on specificity of the query for scholars, a topic I published on in 2014. I have reviewed the 'search serendipity' literature in past posts, so won't go over that again, rather focus specifically on a few methods in... Continue Reading →

Scholarly Publishing, Search & Discovery

Platform Strategies Conference, National Union Building, Washington DC September 26-27 2018 Hosted by Silverchair. Conference notes: Dr Paul H. Cleverley, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, UK Introduction Over 100 people gathered at the platform strategies conference this week, converging on the 1890’s Brownstone National Union Building in the Penn Quarter of Washington DC between the White... Continue Reading →

Machine Learning on Subsurface Data

20th September 2018, FORCE, Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD), Stavanger Brief event write up: Dr Paul H Cleverley, Robert Gordon University Introduction Over 130 people attended the event held in Stavanger on the 20th September, mainly Oil & Gas Operators (Equinor, AkerBP, ConocoPhillips, Spirit Energy, Wintershall etc.). The event was excellently organized by Peter Bormann (ConocoPhillips),... Continue Reading →

Search is on the move…

Today, there are more search queries made on mobile devices than on desktop computers, which has probably been one of the major changes within information search during the past decade, along with the rise of voice search. I was invited to conduct a book review over the summer of ‘Mobile Search Behavior: An In-depth Analysis... Continue Reading →

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