Automatic recognition of multi-word terms:. the C-value/NC-value method

@article{Frantzi2000AutomaticRO,
  title={Automatic recognition of multi-word terms:. the C-value/NC-value method
},
  author={Katerina T. Frantzi and Sophia Ananiadou and Hideki Mima},
  journal={International Journal on Digital Libraries},
  year={2000},
  volume={3},
  pages={115-130}
}
  • Katerina T. Frantzi, Sophia Ananiadou, Hideki Mima
  • Published in
    International Journal on…
    2000
  • Computer Science
  • Abstract. [...] Key Method The method, (C-value/NC-value ), combines linguistic and statistical information. The first part, C-value, enhances the common statistical measure of frequency of occurrence for term extraction, making it sensitive to a particular type of multi-word terms, the nested terms. The second part, NC-value, gives: 1) a method for the extraction of term context words (words that tend to appear with terms); 2) the incorporation of information from term context words to the extraction of terms.Expand Abstract

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