From TagME to WAT: a new entity annotator

  title={From TagME to WAT: a new entity annotator},
  author={Francesco Piccinno and Paolo Ferragina},
In this paper we propose a novel entity annotator for texts which hinges on TagME's algorithmic technology, currently the best one available. The novelty is twofold: from the one hand, we have engineered the software in order to be modular and more efficient; from the other hand, we have improved the annotation pipeline by re-designing all of its three main modules: spotting, disambiguation and pruning. In particular, the re-design has involved the detailed inspection of the performance of… CONTINUE READING
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