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Open Targets Platform: new developments and updates two years on
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The Open Targets Platform integrates evidence from genetics, genomics, transcriptomics, drugs, animal models and scientific literature to score and rank target-disease associations for drug target identification. Expand
A computer-aided environment for generating multiple-choice test items
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This paper describes a novel computer-aided procedure for generating multiple-choice test items from electronic documents. Expand
Open Targets: a platform for therapeutic target identification and validation
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We have designed and developed a data integration and visualization platform that provides evidence about the association of known and potential drug targets with diseases. Expand
Generating Multiple-Choice Test Items from Medical Text: A Pilot Study
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We report the results of a pilot study on generating Multiple-Choice Test Items from medical text and discuss the main tasks involved in this process and how our system was evaluated by domain experts. Expand
Evaluating Centering-Based Metrics of Coherence
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We use a reliably annotated corpus to compare metrics of coherence based on Centering Theory with respect to their potential usefulness for text structuring in natural language generation. Expand
Entity coherence for descriptive text structuring
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We investigate the role of entity coherence as a descriptive text structuring constraint in the context of a natural language generation system that produces descriptions of objects. Expand
Integrating Natural Language Processing with Flybase Curation
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We present generic tools developed to assist FlyBase curators with the output of several NLP processes to help them work more efficiently. Expand
Computing Locally Coherent Discourses
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We present the first algorithm that computes optimal orderings of sentences into a locally coherent discourse, and establish the complexity of the discourse ordering problem. Expand
WebWOZ: a wizard of oz prototyping framework
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In this paper we explore the requirements for such a tool, drawing from the literature and a first WOZ experiment in which different wizards were observed and their behaviour was analysed. Expand
Annotation of anaphoric relations in biomedical full-text articles using a domain-relevant scheme
Biomedical literature has been the focus of relevant information extraction projects, however there is no corpus of full scientific articles annotated with anaphoric links for training and evaluationExpand
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