[Corpora-List] Corpora, annotation schema/guidelines and NER systems for LOCATION or geonames

hutin hutin at limsi.fr
Fri Oct 29 10:54:32 CEST 2021


Hi Salvador, At University Paris-Saclay (Télécom Paris-Tech) we have Yago, a large general-purpose knowledge base developed in collaboration with the Max Planck Institut Saarbrücken: https://yago-knowledge.org/ Best, M.

Le 2021-10-29 10:36, Lenardič a écrit :
> Hi Salvador,
>
> at CLARIN ERIC https://www.clarin.eu/, we have an overview of
> existing Named Entity Recognition tools in our infrastructure, most of
> which recognize Location entitites:
> https://www.clarin.eu/resource-families/tools-named-entity-recognition.
> Here, you'll find quite a few tools for English, German, Spanish, etc.
>
>
> If you're interested in components such as language models, for the
> NER tool NameTag 2.0, there exist downloadable models for Czech as
> well as English, see here: http://hdl.handle.net/11234/1-3773
>
> Best,
> Jakob
>
> ---
> Dr Jakob Lenardič
> Researcher, Department of Translation
> Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana
> _jakob.lenardic at ff.uni-lj.si_
>
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>
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> Lima <salvador.limalopez at gmail.com>
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> ZADEVA: [Corpora-List] Corpora, annotation schema/guidelines and NER
> systems for LOCATION or geonames
>
> Dear all,
>
> We are trying to collect a more comprehensive view on the current NLP
> resources related to the annotation, automatic recognition, and
> normalization/grounding of LOCATION or geonames/places related entity
> types (for data in English, and particularly also other languages).
>
> We did have a look at the ENAMEX tagset (Location and sub-tags) and
> guidelines, ACE and CLIA.
>
> We would really appreciate feedback on current NER and entity linking
> components, corpora, and also annotation guidelines for different
> languages, including English, Spanish, Italian, French, German,
> Portuguese, or Swedish. Anything with a special focus on movements and
> travels would also be really interesting.
>
> Best regards,
> --
>
> Salvador Lima Lopez
> RESEARCH ENGINEER
> Life Sciences - Text Mining, BSC-CNS
> Barcelona, Spain
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