Context-enhanced Adaptive Entity Linking
More and more knowledge bases are publicly available as linked data. Since these knowledge bases contain structured descriptions of real-world entities, they can be exploited by entity linking systems that anchor entity mentions from text to the most relevant resources describing those entities. In this paper, we investigate adaptation of the entity linking task using contextual knowledge. The key intuition is that entity linking can be customized depending on the textual content, as well as on the application that would make use of the extracted information. We present an adaptive approach that relies on contextual knowledge from text to enhance the performance of ADEL, a hybrid linguistic and graph-based entity linking system. We evaluate our approach on a domain-specific corpus consisting of annotated WikiNews articles.
|Context-enhanced Adaptive Entity Linking.|
|Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2016). Portoroz, Slovenia. 23-28 May 2016.|
|Filip Ilievski, Giuseppe Rizzo, Marieke van Erp, Julien Plu and Raphael Troncy|