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Subject Headings: Information Extraction, Relation Recognition. Natural Language Analysis, Human Language Technology, Natural Language Engineering

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This article describes Information Extraction (IE), the process of deriving disambiguated quantifiable data from natural language texts in service of some pre-specified precise information need. The article: covers the origins of IE and the factors relevant to its deployment Preprint submitted to Elsevier Science 18th November 2004in applications contexts; presents scenarios in which the technology has been applied; breaks down the task into five subtasks and defines them; looks at recent developments in the field.


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 AuthorvolumeDate ValuetitletypejournaltitleUrldoinoteyear
2005 InformationExtractionAutomaticHamish CunninghamInformation Extraction, AutomaticEncyclopedia of Language and Linguisticshttp://gate.ac.uk/sale/ell2/ie/main.pdf2005