Improving efficiency and accuracy in multilingual entity extraction

@inproceedings{Daiber2013ImprovingEA,
  title={Improving efficiency and accuracy in multilingual entity extraction},
  author={Joachim Daiber and Max Jakob and Chris Hokamp and Pablo N. Mendes},
  booktitle={I-SEMANTICS '13},
  year={2013}
}
There has recently been an increased interest in named entity recognition and disambiguation systems at major conferences such as WWW, SIGIR, ACL, KDD, etc. [] Key Method We compare our solution to the previous system, considering time performance, space requirements and accuracy in the context of the Dutch and English languages. Additionally, we report results for 9 additional languages among the largest Wikipedias. Finally, we present challenges and experiences to foment the discussion with other…

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