OpeNER demo: Open Polarity Enhanced Named Entity Recognition

Authors: Aitor Garcia-Pablos, Montse Cuadros, German Rigau

Date: 08.12.2013


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OpeNER is a project funded by the European Commission under the 7th Framework Programme. Its acronym means Open Polarity Enhanced Named Entity Recognition. OpeNER main goal is to provide a set of open and ready to use tools to perform some NLP tasks in six languages including English, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, German and French. In order to display these OpeNER analysis output in a format suitable for a non-expert human reader we have developed a Web application to display this content in different ways. This Web application should serve as a demonstration of some of the OpeNER modules capabilities after the first year of development.

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author = {Aitor Garcia-Pablos, Montse Cuadros, German Rigau},
title = {OpeNER demo: Open Polarity Enhanced Named Entity Recognition},
pages = {579-580},
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demo, OpeNER, Named Entity Recognition, Named Entity Linking, Sentiment Analysis


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abstract = {

OpeNER is a project funded by the European Commission under the 7th Framework Programme. Its acronym means Open Polarity Enhanced Named Entity Recognition. OpeNER main goal is to provide a set of open and ready to use tools to perform some NLP tasks in six languages including English, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, German and French. In order to display these OpeNER analysis output in a format suitable for a non-expert human reader we have developed a Web application to display this content in different ways. This Web application should serve as a demonstration of some of the OpeNER modules capabilities after the first year of development.


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isbn = {978-83-932640-3-2},
date = {2013-12-08},
year = {2013},
}
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