Fine-Grained Entity Recognition

  title={Fine-Grained Entity Recognition},
  author={Xiao Ling and Daniel S. Weld},
Entity Recognition (ER) is a key component of relation extraction systems and many other natural-language processing applications. Unfortunately, most ER systems are restricted to produce labels from to a small set of entity classes, e.g., person, organization, location or miscellaneous. In order to intelligently understand text and extract a wide range of information, it is useful to more precisely determine the semantic classes of entities mentioned in unstructured text. This paper defines a… CONTINUE READING
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