Vol. 15, No. 1, 2014.
Keywords: Named entities, Renaissance texts, Graph cascades, CasSys, Humanities and tourism
Summary: The aim of the Renom project was to enrich Renaissance texts with proper names. These texts present two challenges: they exhibit great diversity due to various spellings of words and are overladen with numerous XML-TEI tags introduced to save the exact format of the original edition. The task consisted of adding Named Entity tags to this format by tagging names, that had not been already tagged, and their left, and sometimes right, context when appropriate. In order to achieve this, we have improved free, open source program CasSys to parse texts with Unitex graph cascades and we have built specific dictionaries and cascades. The evaluation showed that the slot error rate of name tagging was 6.1%. Renaissance texts enriched in this way are used in a website that unites Humanities and tourism by allowing visitors to navigate maps with names.
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ENRICHMENT OF RENAISSANCE TEXTS WITH PROPER NAME
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