Related Entity Finding based on co-occurrence
|Related Entity Finding based on co-occurrence|
|Author(s)||Bron M., Balog K., De Rijke M.|
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|Keyword(s)||Unknown (Extra: Co-occurrence, Context dependent, Context independent, Potential targets, Wikipedia, Information retrieval)|
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We report on experiments for the Related Entity Finding task in which we focus on only using Wikipedia as a target corpus in which to identify (related) entitities. Our approach is based on co-occurrences between the source entity and potential target entities. We observe improvements in performance when a context-independent co-occurrence model is combined with context-dependent co-occurrence models in which we stress the importance of the expected relation between source and target entity. Applying type filtering yields further improvements results.
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