What's missing in geographical parsing?

  title={What's missing in geographical parsing?},
  author={Milan Gritta and Mohammad Taher Pilehvar and Nut Limsopatham and Nigel Collier},
  journal={Language Resources and Evaluation},
Geographical data can be obtained by converting place names from freeformat text into geographical coordinates. The ability to geo-locate events in textual reports represents a valuable source of information in many real-world applications such as emergency responses, real-time social media geographical event analysis, understanding location instructions in auto-response systems and more. However, geoparsing is still widely regarded as a challenge because of domain language diversity, place… CONTINUE READING
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