Boosting Precision And Recall Of Dictionary-Based Protein Name Recognition

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Dictionary-based protein name recognition is the first step for practical information extraction from biomedical documents because it provides ID information of recognized terms unlike machine learning based approaches. However, dictionary based approaches have two serious problems: (1) a large number of false recognitions mainly caused by short names. (2… (More)

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@inproceedings{Tsuruoka2003BoostingPA, title={Boosting Precision And Recall Of Dictionary-Based Protein Name Recognition}, author={Yoshimasa Tsuruoka and Junichi Tsujii}, year={2003} }