Priya Radhakrishnan

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Given a knowledge base, annotating any text with entities in the knowledge base enhances automated understanding of the text. Entities provide extra contextual information for the automated system to understand and interpret the text better. In the special case when the text is in the form of short text queries, automated understanding can be critical in(More)
Wikipedia being a large, freely available, frequently updated and community maintained knowledge base, has been central to much recent research. However, quite often we find that the information extracted from it has extraneous content. This paper proposes a method to extract useful information from Wikipedia, using Semantic Features derived from Wikipedia(More)
In this paper, we report our participation in Knowledge Base Population at TAC 2012. We adopted an Information Retrieval based approach for the Entity Linking and Slot Filling tasks. In Entity Linking we identify potential nodes from the Knowledge Base and then identify the mapping node using tf-idf similarity. We achieved very good performance in the(More)
Social media has emerged to be an important source of information. Entity linking in social media provides an effective way to extract useful information from microposts shared by the users. Entity linking in microposts is a difficult task as they lack sufficient context to disambiguate the entity mentions. In this paper, we do entity linking by first(More)
BACKGROUND Telomeric 3' overhangs can fold into a four-stranded DNA structure termed G-quadruplex (G4), a formation which inhibits telomerase. As telomerase activation is crucial for telomere maintenance in most cancer cells, several classes of G4 ligands have been designed to directly disrupt telomeric structure. METHODS We exposed brain tumor cells to(More)
A large number of web queries are related to product entities. Studying evolution of product entities can help analysts understand the change in particular attribute values for these products. However, studying the evolution of a product requires us to be able to link various versions of a product together in a temporal order. While it is easy to temporally(More)
Ethanol has been shown to stimulate the beat frequency of respiratory cilia at concentrations encountered during social drinking, while one of its metabolites, acetaldehyde, has been shown to cause a marked decrease in ciliary beat frequency. The aim of this study was to determine whether short-term exposure to ethanol stimulated ependymal cilia and whether(More)
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