An Overview of the CRAFT Concept Annotation Guidelines

@inproceedings{Bada2010AnOO,
  title={An Overview of the CRAFT Concept Annotation Guidelines},
  author={Michael Bada and Miriam Eckert and Martha Palmer and Lawrence Hunter},
  booktitle={Linguistic Annotation Workshop},
  year={2010}
}
We present our concept-annotation guidelines for an large multi-institutional effort to create a gold-standard manually annotated corpus of full-text biomedical journal articles. We are semantically annotating these documents with the full term sets of eight large biomedical ontologies and controlled terminologies ranging from approximately 1,000 to millions of terms, and, using these guidelines, we have been able to perform this extremely challenging task with a high degree of interannotator… CONTINUE READING

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