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The Process of Information extraction through Natural Language Processing
Sandigdha Acharya , Smita Rani Parija
Pages - 40 - 51     |    Revised - 30-08-2010     |    Published - 30-10-2010
Volume - 1   Issue - 1    |    Publication Date - December 2010  Table of Contents
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KEYWORDS
Natural language Processing(NLP), Information retrieval, Text Zoning
ABSTRACT
Information Retrieval (IR) is the discipline that deals with retrieval of unstructured data, especially textual documents, in response to a query or topic statement, which may itself be unstructured, e.g., a sentence or even another document, or which may be structured, e.g., a boolean expression. The need for effective methods of automated IR has grown in importance because of the tremendous explosion in the amount of unstructured data, both internal, corporate document collections, and the immense and growing number of document sources on the Internet.. The topics covered include: formulation of structured and unstructured queries and topic statements, indexing (including term weighting) of document collections, methods for computing the similarity of queries and documents, classification and routing of documents in an incoming stream to users on the basis of topic or need statements, clustering of document collections on the basis of language or topic, and statistical, probabilistic, and semantic methods of analyzing and retrieving documents. Information extraction from text has therefore been pursued actively as an attempt to present knowledge from published material in a computer readable format. An automated extraction tool would not only save time and efforts, but also pave way to discover hitherto unknown information implicitly conveyed in this paper. Work in this area has focused on extracting a wide range of information such as chromosomal location of genes, protein functional information, associating genes by functional relevance and relationships between entities of interest. While clinical records provide a semi-structured, technically rich data source for mining information, the publications, in their unstructured format pose a greater challenge, addressed by many approaches.
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Mr. Sandigdha Acharya
- India
sandigdhaacharya@yahoo.co.in
Mr. Smita Rani Parija
- India