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Title: Desafios na avaliação conjunta do reconhecimento de entidades mencionadas
Subtitle: O Segundo HAREM
Edited By: Cristina Mota
Diana Santos
URL: http://www.linguateca.pt/LivroSegundoHAREM/
Description:

The book describes the Second HAREM (a NER evaluation contest for
Portuguese, http://www.linguateca.pt/HAREM/ run by Linguateca in 2007-2008
with Paula Carvalho, Cláudia Freitas, Hugo Gonçalo Oliveira, Cristina Mota
and Diana Santos as organizers) with two additional tracks:

- a temporal expression recognition and normalization track, proposed by
Jorge Baptista, Caroline Hagège, and Nuno Mamede
- a relation detection track among named entities

The book is organized in two parts:

The first, with six chapters, is devoted to the description of the
challenges and of the organization setup:

Chapter 1. Paula Carvalho, Hugo Gonçalo Oliveira, Cristina Mota, Diana
Santos e Cláudia Freitas. «Segundo HAREM: Modelo geral, novidades e avaliação»

Chapter 2. Jorge Baptista, Caroline Hagège e Nuno Mamede. «Identificação,
classificação e normalização de expressões temporais do português: A
experiência do Segundo HAREM e o futuro»

Chapter 3. Cristina Mota, Paula Carvalho, Cláudia Freitas, Hugo Gonçalo
Oliveira e Diana Santos. «É tempo de avaliar o TEMPO»

Chapter 4. Cláudia Freitas, Diana Santos, Hugo Gonçalo Oliveira, Paula
Carvalho e Cristina Mota. «Relações semânticas do ReRelEM: além das
entidades no Segundo HAREM»

Chapter 5. Hugo Gonçalo Oliveira, Cristina Mota, Cláudia Freitas, Diana
Santos e Paula Carvalho. «Avaliação à medida no Segundo HAREM»

Chapter 6. Diana Santos, Cláudia Freitas, Hugo Gonçalo Oliveira, Paula
Carvalho e Cristina Mota. «Segundo HAREM: Balanço e perspectivas de futuro»

The second comprises nine chapters each devoted to one particular
participating system:

Chapter 7. Bruno Martins. «O sistema CaGE e a participação no Segundo HAREM»

Chapter 8. Olga Craveiro, Joaquim Macedo e Henrique Madeira. «PorTexTO:
sistema de anotação/extracção de expressões temporais»

Chapter 9. Carlos Amaral, Helena Figueira, Afonso Mendes, Pedro Mendes,
Cláudia Pinto e Tiago Veiga. «Adaptação do sistema de reconhecimento de
entidades mencionadas da Priberam ao HAREM»

Chapter 10. Cristina Mota. «R3M, uma participação minimalista no Segundo
HAREM»

Chapter 11. Nuno Cardoso. «REMBRANDT - Reconhecimento de Entidades
Mencionadas Baseado em Relações e ANálise Detalhada do Texto»

Chapter 12. Liliana Ferreira, António Teixeira e João Paulo da Silva
Cunha. «REMMA - Reconhecimento de entidades mencionadas do MedAlert»

Chapter 13. Marcirio Silveira Chaves. «Geo-ontologias e padrões para
reconhecimento de locais e de suas relações em textos: o SEI-Geo no
Segundo HAREM»

Chapter 14. Mírian Bruckschen, José Guilherme Camargo de Souza, Renata
Vieira e Sandro Rigo. «Sistema SeRELeP para o reconhecimento de relações
entre entidades mencionadas»

Chapter 15. Caroline Hagège, Jorge Baptista e Nuno Mamede. «Reconhecimento
de entidades mencionadas com o XIP: Uma colaboração entre o INESC-L2f e a
Xerox»

The appendices include the original guidelines, a detailed description of
the collections used for evaluation, the presentation of a HAREM-based
evaluation service on the Web, and a summary of the results.

Publication Year: 2008
Publisher: Linguateca
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Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Semantics
Subject Language(s): Portuguese
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Versions:
Format: Electronic
ISBN-13: 9789892016566