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Relation Extraction

definition: Automated or human-assisted acquisition of relations between concepts from textual or other data, usu. within a selected domain.
related project(s):
  • Etiquetage Syntaxico-Sémantique : Pertinence Ontologique des Indices Récurrents (ESPOIR)
related person(s):
  • Christian Jacquemin
  • Marti Hearst
  • Olivier Ferret
  • Steffen Staab
  • Gregory Grefenstette
related system(s) / resource(s):
  • TALENT (Yael Ravin Roy Byrd)
related publication(s):

Extracting Semantic Relationships between Terms: Supervised vs. Unsupervised Methods.
Michal Finkelstein-Landau and Emmanuel Morin.

Finding Parts in Very Large Corpora.
Matthew Berland and Eugene Charniak.
CS-99-02. 1999.

Automatic Acquisition of Hyponyms from Large Text Corpora.
Marti A. Hearst.
S2K-92-09. 1992.

Automatically Extracting Synonymous Relationship of Technical Terms using Graph-based Methods.
Akiko Aizawa, Kyo Kageura, Noriko Kando and Keita Tsuji.
Proc. of the First International Symposium on Advanced Informatics(AdInfo2000). 2000. p.59-62.

Building domain specific lexical hierarchies from corpora.
Ferret, O. Fluhr, Ch. Rousseau-Hans, F. Simoni, J.
Proc. of the Third International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2002). 2002. pp. 1891-1897.

Ontology engineering beyond the modeling of concepts and relations.
S. Staab and A. Maedche. 2000.

Automatic thesaurus generation from raw text using knowledge-poor techniques.
G. Grefenstette. 1993.

TREC-3: Experience With Conceptual Relations in Information Retrieval.
David Gardiner and John Riedl and James R. Slagle.
Text REtrieval Conference. 1994. 0-.

Identifying and Extracting Relations in Text.
R. Byrd and Y. Ravin.

Automatic Knowledge Acquisition from MEDLINE.
Cimino, J.J. and Barnett, G.O. Methods of Information in Medicine. 32(2). 1993. pp. 120-130.