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PAL, a tool for Pre-annotation and Active Learning

@article{Skeppstedt2016PALAT,
  title={PAL, a tool for Pre-annotation and Active Learning},
  author={Maria Skeppstedt and Carita Paradis and Andreas Kerren},
  journal={J. Lang. Technol. Comput. Linguistics},
  year={2016},
  volume={31},
  pages={81-100}
}
Many natural language processing systems rely on machine learning models that are trained on large amounts of manually annotated text data. The lack of sufficient amounts of annotated data is, however, a common obstacle for such systems, since manual annotation of text is often expensive and time-consuming. The aim of “PAL", a tool for Pre-annotation and Active Learning” is to provide a ready-made package that can be used to simplify annotation and to reduce the amount of annotated data… Expand
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Clinical Text Mining
  • H. Dalianis
  • Computer Science
  • Springer International Publishing
  • 2018
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