HLTCOE Participation in TAC KBP 2015: Cold Start and TEDL
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conference papers and proceedings
Citation of Original PublicationTim Finin, Dawn Lawrie, Paul McNamee, James Mayfield, Doug Oard, Nanyun Peng, Ning Gao, Yiu-Chang Lin, Joshi MacKin, and Tim Dowd, HLTCOE Participation in TAC KBP 2015: Cold Start and TEDL, Eighth Text Analysis Conference.
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Trilingual Entity Linking and Discovery task
UMBC Ebiquity Research Group
The JHU HLTCOE participated in the Cold Start and the Trilingual Entity Linking and Discovery tasks of the 2015 Text Analysis Conference Knowledge Base Population evaluation. For our fourth 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 and adding additional relations. This is our first year of participation in EDL. We used KELVIN in three runs and experimented with an alternate system for named entity recognition and linking for two additional runs.