The ConceptMapper Approach to Named Entity Recognition

  title={The ConceptMapper Approach to Named Entity Recognition},
  author={Michael A. Tanenblatt and Anni Coden and Igor L. Sominsky},
ConceptMapper is an open source tool we created for classifying mentions in an unstructured text document based on concept terminologies and yielding named entities as output. It is implemented as a UIMA1 (Unstructured Information Management Architecture (IBM, 2004)) annotator, and concepts come from standardised or proprietary terminologies. ConceptMapper can be easily configured, for instance, to use different search strategies or syntactic concepts. In this paper we will describe… CONTINUE READING
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