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CLT seminar: Maria Liakata - Automatic scientific discourse annotation in the biomedical literature and some applications

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The publication boom of the last decade has created demand for automatic access to the content within the scientific literature. I will present a method which exploits automatically generated scientific discourse annotations and uses them for a number of biomedical applications, including the classification of paper types, facilitating the detection of relevant evidence and to create a content model for the summarisation of scientific articles. The scientific discourse is captured in terms of the CoreSC scheme, which annotates 11 content-based concepts such as Hypothesis, Result, Conclusion etc at the sentence level.

Date: 2013-12-05 10:30 - 11:30

Location: EDIT Room 3364, E-building, Chalmers (Johanneberg)

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