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[Chapter 1 introduces the problem of extracting information from natural language unstructured documents, which is becoming more and more relevant in our “document society”. Despite the many useful applications that the information in these documents can potentiate, it is harder and harder to...
[This chapter presents the domain independent part of the general architecture of Information Extraction (IE) systems. This first part aims at preparing documents by the application of several Natural Language processing tasks that enrich the documents with morphological and syntactic...
[This chapter concludes the presentation of the generic pipelined architecture of Information Extraction (IE) systems, by presenting its domain dependent part.]
[This chapter presents an example of software architecture, developed by the authors, for performing Ontology Based Information Extraction (OBIE) using an arbitrary ontology. The goal of the architecture is to allow the deployment of applications for arbitrary domains without need of system...
[In this chapter are presented two concrete examples of applications. The first example is a tutorial that is easy to replicate (almost) without requiring computer programming skills. This example elaborates on extracting information useful in a wide range of scenarios: detection of people,...
[In this book was discussed the need to provide formal structures to contents originally created in unstructured formats using natural language. The volume of relevant information in such formats increases every day as people use the Internet to communicate, and as organizations create and...
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