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Negation detection and word sense disambiguation in digital archaeology reports for the purposes of semantic annotation

Vlachidis, Andreas; Tudhope, Douglas

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Douglas Tudhope



Abstract

The paper presents the role and contribution of Natural Language Processing Techniques, in particular Negation Detection and Word Sense Disambiguation in the process of Semantic Annotation of Archaeological Grey Literature. Archaeological reports contain a great deal of information that conveys facts and findings in different ways. This kind of information is highly relevant to the research and analysis of archaeological evidence but at the same time can be a hindrance for the accurate indexing of documents with respect to positive assertions

Journal Article Type Article
Publication Date Jan 1, 2015
Journal Program
Print ISSN 0033-0337
Publisher Emerald
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Volume 49
Issue 2
Pages 118-134
APA6 Citation Vlachidis, A., & Tudhope, D. (2015). Negation detection and word sense disambiguation in digital archaeology reports for the purposes of semantic annotation. Program, 49(2), 118-134
Keywords negation, detection, word sense, disambiguation, digital archaeology, reports, semantic annotation

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