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Constructing a Knowledge Graph from Unstructured Documents without External Alignment

  title={Constructing a Knowledge Graph from Unstructured Documents without External Alignment},
  author={Seunghak Yu and Tianxing He and James R. Glass},
Knowledge graphs (KGs) are relevant to many NLP tasks, but building a reliable domain-specific KG is time-consuming and expensive. A number of methods for constructing KGs with minimized human intervention have been proposed, but still require a process to align into the human-annotated knowledge base. To overcome this issue, we propose a novel method to automatically construct a KG from unstructured documents that does not require external alignment and explore its use to extract desired… 

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