Conference Paper

A System for Recognition of Named Entities in Greek.

DOI: 10.1007/3-540-45154-4_39 Conference: Natural Language Processing - NLP 2000, Second International Conference, Patras, Greece, June 2-4, 2000, Proceedings
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ABSTRACT

In this paper, we describe work in progress for the development of a Greek named entity recognizer. The system aims at information
extraction applications where large scale text processing is needed. Speed of analysis, system robustness, and results accuracy
have been the basic guidelines for the system’s design. Pattern matching techniques have been implemented on top of an existing
automated pipeline for Greek text processing and the resulting system depends on non-recursive regular expressions in order
to capture different types of named entities. For development and testing purposes, we collected a corpus of financial texts
from several web sources and manually annotated part of it. Overall precision and recall are 86% and 81% respectively.

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