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Event extraction based on open information extraction and ontology

@article{Sahnoun2019EventEB,
  title={Event extraction based on open information extraction and ontology},
  author={Sihem Sahnoun},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1907.00692}
}
The work presented in this master thesis consists of extracting a set of events from texts written in natural language. For this purpose, we have based ourselves on the basic notions of the information extraction as well as the open information extraction. First, we applied an open information extraction(OIE) system for the relationship extraction, to highlight the importance of OIEs in event extraction, and we used the ontology to the event modeling. We tested the results of our approach with… Expand

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