HLTCOE Participation at TAC 2012: Entity Linking and Cold Start Knowledge Base Construction
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Citation of Original PublicationPaul McNamee, Veselin Stoyanov, James Mayfield, Tim Finin, Tim Oates, Tan Xu, Douglas Oard and Dawn Lawrie, HLTCOE Participation at TAC 2012: Entity Linking and Cold Start Knowledge Base Construction, Proc. 5th Text Analysis Conf. (TAC 2012), NIST, Nov. 2012
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Knowledge Base Construction
CALE (Context Aware Linker of Entities)
KELVIN (Knowledge Extraction, Linking, Validation, and INference)
UMBC Ebiquity Research Group
Our team from the JHU HLTCOE participated in the Entity Linking and Cold Start Knowledge Base tasks in this year’s Text Analysis Conference Knowledge Base Population evaluation. We have previously participated in TAC-KBP entity linking evaluations in 2009, 2010, and 2011. This year we developed two new systems: CALE (Context Aware Linker of Entities) and KELVIN (Knowledge Extraction, Linking, Validation, and INference) to support our research for this year’s exciting tasks.