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Information extraction from biomedical text

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Information extraction from biomedical text
Information extraction is the process of scanning text for information relevant to some interest, including extracting entities, relations, and events. It requires deeper analysis than key word searches, but its aims fall short of the very hard and long-term problem of full text understanding. Information extraction represents a midpoint on this spectrum, where the aim is to capture structured information without sacrificing feasibility. One of the key ideas in this technology is to separate processing into several stages, in cascaded finite-state transducers. The earlier stages recognize smaller linguistic objects and work in a largely 1
Jerry R. Hobbs
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Type Journal
Year 2002
Where JBI
Authors Jerry R. Hobbs
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