Troubleshooting and Optimizing Named Entity Resolution Systems in the Industry
published: July 15, 2015, recorded: June 2015, views: 1821
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Named Entity Resolution (NER) is an information extraction task that involves detecting mentions of named entities within texts and mapping them to their corresponding entities in a given knowledge resource. Systems and frameworks for performing NER have been developed both by the academia and the industry with different features and capabilities. Nevertheless, what all approaches have in common is that their satisfactory performance in a given scenario does not constitute a trustworthy predictor of their performance in a different one, the reason being the scenario’s different characteristics (target entities, input texts, domain knowledge etc.). With that in mind, in this paper we describe a metric-based Diagnostic Framework that can be used to identify the causes behind the low performance of NER systems in industrial settings and take appropriate actions to increase it.
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