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SCIENTIFIC NAMED ENTITY RECOGNITION WITH THE HELP OF MODERN METHODS

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This research focuses on a comparative study of the Named Entity Recognition task for scientific article texts. Natural language processing could be considered as one of the cornerstones in the machine learning area which devotes its attention to the problems connected with the understanding of different natural languages and linguistic analysis. It was already shown that current deep learning techniques have a good performance and accuracy in such areas as image recognition, pattern recognition, computer vision, that could mean that such technology probably would be successful in the neuro-linguistic programming area too and lead to a dramatic increase on the research interest on this topic. For a very long time, quite trivial algorithms have been used in this area, such as support vector machines or various types of regression, basic encoding on text data was also used, which did not provide high results. The following dataset was used to process the experiment models: Dataset Scientific Entity Relation Core. The algorithms used were Long short-term memory, Random Forest Classifier with Conditional Random Fields, and Named-entity recognition with Bidirectional Encoder Representations from Transformers. In the findings, the metrics scores of all models were compared to each other to make a comparison. This research is devoted to the processing of scientific articles, concerning the machine learning area, because the subject is not investigated on enough properly level.The consideration of this task can help machines to understand natural languages better, so that they can solve other neuro-linguistic programming tasks better, enhancing scores in common sense.

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