Exposé for Student Research Project Entity Linking - A Survey of Recent Approaches

Abstract

Entity linking describes the task of matching references to named entities found in natural language texts to a unique identifier, denoting a specific entity (Larson, 2010). Typically the identifier is part of a knowledge base, which provides the background knowledge for the task. An entity mention may be ambiguous, i.e. it can refer to different entities which share the same name. Consider the following text from a newspaper article:

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@inproceedings{Huber2012ExposeFS, title={Exposé for Student Research Project Entity Linking - A Survey of Recent Approaches}, author={Torsten Huber and Ulf Leser and Hans Uszkoreit and Peter Adolphs}, year={2012} }