Corpus ID: 2808834

Performance of Gene Name Recognition Tools on Patents

@inproceedings{Habibi2016PerformanceOG,
  title={Performance of Gene Name Recognition Tools on Patents},
  author={Maryam Habibi and D. Wiegandt and Florian Schmedding and U. Leser},
  booktitle={SMBM},
  year={2016}
}
The accurate identification of gene and protein names in patents is an essential step in many commercially highly relevant applications, such as patent retrieval, prior art search, or patent classification. Since patents exhibit a number of properties that make them quite different from scientific articles, it is questionable whether tools developed for the latter sort of texts will work equally well for the former. Answering this question is aggravated by the fact that only few annotated… Expand

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