Participation in TAC KBP 2017: Cold Start TEDL and Low-resource EDL
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Citation of Original PublicationTim Finin, Dawn Lawrie, James Mayfield, Paul McNamee, Cash Costello, Participation in TAC KBP 2017: Cold Start TEDL and Low-resource EDL, Proceedings of the 2017 Text Analysis Workshop,2017,https://ebiquity.umbc.edu/paper/html/id/817/Participation-in-TAC-KBP-2017-Cold-Start-TEDL-and-Low-resource-EDL
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The JHU HLTCOE participated in the Cold Start and the edl tasks of the 2017 Text Analysis Conference Knowledge Base Population evaluation. For our sixth year of participation in Cold Start we continued our research with the kelvin system. We submitted experimental variants that explore use of linking to Freebase across English and Chinese languages and add relations beyond those required by Cold Start. This is our third year of participation in Tri-lingual EDL and first year for the EDL Pilot for 10 Low-resource Languages. We used kelvin in the Cold Start and Tri-lingual tasks and a new custom system for the Low-resource EDL task.