An Annotated Document is a Document that is an annotated artifact.
- It can range from being a Manually Annotated Document to being an Automatically Annotated Document.
- It can range from being an Unlabeled Annotated Document to being a Labeled Annotated Document.
- It can be a member of an Annotated Corpus.
- It can be produced by a Document Annotation Task.
- an Annotated Clinical Document,
- an Annotated Digital Imaging Document,
- an Annotated Text Document,
- an Annotated Web Document,
- an Annotated Internet Forum Posting, such as an (annotated) CPROD1 TextItem.
- an Annotated PDF Document,
- an Annotated Patent Document,
- an Annotated Technical Document,
- an Annotated XPS Document.
- See: Text Annotation Task, Natural Language Processing Task, Text Error Correction Task Semantic Text Annotation Task, Entity Mention Detection Task, Coreference Resolution Task, Information Extraction Task, Automatic Image Annotation, DNA Annotation, Marginalia.
- (W3, 2020) ⇒ https://www.w3.org/Amaya/User/doc/Annotations.html Retrieved:2020-04-12.
- QUOTE: Annotations are comments, notes, explanations, or other types of external remarks that can be attached to a Web document or to a selected part of a document. As they are external, it is possible to annotate any Web document independently, without needing to edit the document itself. From a technical point of view, annotations are usually seen as metadata, as they give additional information about an existing piece of data. Amaya uses a special RDF annotation schema for describing annotations.
- (Wikipedia, 2020) ⇒ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Annotation Retrieved:2020-4-12.
- An annotation is extra information associated with a particular point in a document or other piece of information. It can be a note that includes a comment or explanation. Annotations are sometimes presented in the margin of book pages. For annotations of different digital media, see web annotation and text annotation.