Inter-Event Dependencies support Event Extraction from Biomedical Literature

@inproceedings{Klinger2011InterEventDS,
  title={Inter-Event Dependencies support Event Extraction from Biomedical Literature},
  author={Roman Klinger and Sebastian Riedel and Andrew T McCallum},
  year={2011}
}
The description of events in biomedical literature often follows discourse patterns. For example, authors may firstly mention the transcription of a gene, and then go on to describe how this transcription is regulated by another gene. Capturing such patterns can be beneficial when we want to extract event mentions from literature. For instance, detecting the mention of a transcription of gene A gives us a hint to actively look for mentions of regulations involving A. With this hint we could… CONTINUE READING

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