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Information Extraction in the Web Era

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The number of research topics covered in recent approaches to Information - traction (IE) is continually growing as new facts are being considered. In fact, while the user's interest in extracting information from texts deals mainly with the success of the entire process of locating, in document collections, facts of interest, the process itself is dependent on several constraints (e.g. the domain, the collection dimension and location, and the document type) and currently it tackles composite scenarios, including free texts, semi- and structured texts such as Web pages, e-mails, etc. The handling of all these factors is tightly related to the continued evolution of the underlying technologies. In the last few years, in real-world applications we have seen the need for scalable,adaptableIEsystems(seeM.T.Pazienza,InformationExtraction:- wards Scalable Adaptable Systems, LNAI 1714) to limit the need for human interventioninthecustomizationprocessandportabilityoftheIEapplicationto new domains. Scalability and adaptability requirements are still valid impacting featuresandgetmorerelevanceintoaWebscenario,whereinintelligentinfor- tionagentsareexpectedtoautomaticallygatherinformationfromheterogeneous sources.

Information Extraction in the Web Era.- Acquisition of Domain Knowledge.- Terminology Mining.- Measuring Term Representativeness.- Finite-State Approaches to Web Information Extraction.- Agents Based Ontological Mediation in IE Systems.- On the Role of Information Retrieval and Information Extraction in Question Answering Systems.- Natural Language Communication with Virtual Actors.


Titel: Information Extraction in the Web Era
Untertitel: Natural Language Communication for Knowledge Acquisition and Intelligent Information Agents
EAN: 9783540405795
ISBN: 3540405798
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: Informatik
Anzahl Seiten: 184
Gewicht: 289g
Größe: H235mm x B155mm x T10mm
Jahr: 2003
Untertitel: Englisch
Auflage: 2003

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