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Supplementary Results for Named Entity Recognition on Chinese Social Media with an Updated Dataset

@inproceedings{Peng2017SupplementaryRF,
  title={Supplementary Results for Named Entity Recognition on Chinese Social Media with an Updated Dataset},
  author={Nanyun Peng and Mark Dredze},
  year={2017}
}
  • Nanyun Peng, Mark Dredze
  • Published 2017
  • Named entity recognition, and other information extraction tasks, frequently use linguistic features such as part of speech tags or chunkings. For languages where word boundaries are not readily identified in text, word segmentation is a key first step to generating features for an NER system. While using word boundary tags as features are helpful, the signals that aid in identifying these boundaries may provide richer information for an NER system. New state-of-the-art word segmentation… CONTINUE READING
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