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Query:   Information Extraction
Author:  Li Baoli
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Computational Linguistics

Summary:   Dear subscribers,

I posted a message to this list seeking for information about thesis
on Information Extraction this August (Linguist 12.1947).
Unfortunately, till now only few people responds to me. Here
I'd like to thank anyone who had provided kind help, especially to
Michelle Gerling and Ada Schechter.

Now I'd like to post an uncompleted list of thesis on IE below, which is
collected by myself.

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1. Bagga A., Coreference, Cross-Document Coreference, and Information
Extraction Methodologies, Ph.D. thesis, Duke University, 1998

2. Collier R., Automatic Template Creation for Information Extraction. PhD
thesis, University of Sheffield, 1998.

3. Cunningham H., Software Architecture for Language Engineering, Ph.D.
Thesis, University of Sheffield, June 2000

4. Kushmerick Nicholas, Wrapper Induction for Information Extraction, Ph.D.
Thesis, University of Washington, 1997

5. McCarthy J., A Trainable Approach to Coreference Resolution for
Information Extraction, PhD Thesis, Dept. of Computer
Science, University of Massachusetts, 1996

6. Riloff E., Information Extraction as a Basis for Portable Text
Classification Systems, PhD Thesis. Dept. of Computer Science, University of
Massachusetts, 1995

7. Yangarber Roman, Scenario Customization for Information Extraction, Ph.D.
Thesis, New York University, January 2001

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If you know some other papers dealing with this topic, please let me know.
Thanks very much in advance.

Best regards,

Li Baoli

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Li Baoli
Institute of Computational Linguistic
Department of Computer Science and Technology
Peking University
Beijing, 100871 Phone: 86-10-62765835(Lab)
P.R. China Email: libaoli@263.net
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LL Issue: 12.2622
Date Posted: 22-Oct-2001
Original Query: Read original query


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