POL: Un nuevo sistema para la detección y clasificación de nombres propios

Translated title of the contribution: POL: A new system for named-entity detection and categorisation

Rogelio Nazar, Patricio Arriagada

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Abstract

The purpose of this research is to develop a methodology for the detection and categorisation of named entities or proper names (PPNN), in the categories of geographical place, person and organisation. The hypothesis is that the context of occurrence of the entity-a context window of n words before the target-as well as the components of the PN itself may provide good estimators of the type of PN. To that end, we developed a supervised categorisation algorithm, with a training phase in which the system receives a corpus already annotated by another NERC system. In the case of these experiments, such system was the open-source suite of language analysers FreeLing, annotating the corpus of the Spanish Wikipedia. During this training phase, the system learns to associate the category of entity with words of the context as well as those from the PN itself. We evaluate results with the CONLL-2002 and also with a corpus of geopolitics from the journal Le Monde Diplomatique in its Spanish edition, and compare the results with some well-known NERC systems for Spanish.

Translated title of the contributionPOL: A new system for named-entity detection and categorisation
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)13-20
Number of pages8
JournalProcesamiento de Lenguaje Natural
Volume58
StatePublished - Mar 2017
Externally publishedYes

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