Text Annotation System
A text annotation system is an Annotation Software System that can solve a Text Annotation Task by implementing a Text Annotation Algorithms.
- AKA: Text Markup Tool.
- It can be supported by:
- It can range from being a Semantic Text Annotation System to being a Syntactic Text Annotation System.
- It can range from being an Automated Text Annotation System to being a Manual Text Annotation Software System.
- It can range from being a Automated Text Annotation Software System to being a Manual-Assistance Text Annotation Software System.
- It can range from being a Ortographic-Linguistic Annotation System to a being a Text Wikification System.
- It can (typically) support a Text Markup Language.
- See: Text Understanding System, UIMA, CoNLL File Format, Annotation System, Document Annotation System, Natural Language Processing System, Natural Language Understanding System.
- (Wilcock, 2009) ⇒ Graham Wilcock. (2009). “Introduction to Linguistic Annotation and Text Analytics.” In: Synthesis Lectures on Human Language Technologies. Morgan & Claypool. doi:10.2200/S00194ED1V01Y200905HLT003 ISBN:1598297384
- QUOTE: This book focusses on the annotation of texts, where the language is written not spoken, so we do not include an annotation level matching phonology. The annotation tasks that deal with the level of orthography are tokenization and sentence boundary detection. These tasks segment the text into distinct words (tokens) and distinct sentences. It does not usually matter which of these two tasks is performed first, but it is important that both tasks are performed before the higher-level tasks are done.