Corpus ID: 8779651

Modelling Entity Instantiations

  title={Modelling Entity Instantiations},
  author={A. Mckinlay and K. Markert},
  • A. Mckinlay, K. Markert
  • Published in RANLP 2011
  • Computer Science
  • The problem of automatically extracting structured information from texts is an important, unsolved problem within the field of Natural Language Processing. The extraction of such information can facilitate activities such as the building of knowledge bases, automatic summarisation and sentiment analysis. A human reader can easily discern the events described in a text, along with the participants and the relationships between them, but using a computer to automatically discover the same… CONTINUE READING
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