Open Information Extraction from real Internet texts in Spanish using constraints over part-of-speech sequences: Problems of the method, their causes, and ways for improvement

@inproceedings{Zhila2016OpenIE,
  title={Open Information Extraction from real Internet texts in Spanish using constraints over part-of-speech sequences: Problems of the method, their causes, and ways for improvement},
  author={Alisa Zhila and Alexander F. Gelbukh},
  year={2016}
}
Usually we do not know the domain of an arbitrary text from the Internet, or the semantics of the relations it conveys. While humans identify such information easily, for a computer this task is far from straightforward. The task of detecting relations of arbitrary semantic type in texts is known as Open Information Extraction (Open IE). The approach to this task based on heuristic constraints over part-of-speech sequences has been shown to achieve high performance with lower computational and… CONTINUE READING

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