PNEL: Pointer Network based End-To-End Entity Linking over Knowledge Graphs

@inproceedings{Banerjee2020PNELPN,
  title={PNEL: Pointer Network based End-To-End Entity Linking over Knowledge Graphs},
  author={Debayan Banerjee and Debanjan Chaudhuri and Mohnish Dubey and Jens Lehmann},
  booktitle={SEMWEB},
  year={2020}
}
Question Answering systems are generally modelled as a pipeline consisting of a sequence of steps. In such a pipeline, Entity Linking (EL) is often the first step. Several EL models first perform span detection and then entity disambiguation. In such models errors from the span detection phase cascade to later steps and result in a drop of overall accuracy. Moreover, lack of gold entity spans in training data is a limiting factor for span detector training. Hence the movement towards end-to-end… 

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