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A Survey on Deep Learning for Named Entity Recognition [article]

Jing Li, Aixin Sun, Jianglei Han, Chenliang Li
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Named entity recognition (NER) is the task to identify mentions of rigid designators from text belonging to predefined semantic types such as person, location, organization etc.  ...  Finally, we present readers with the challenges faced by NER systems and outline future directions in this area.  ...  [22] summarized NER works from the perspectives of fallacies, challenges and opportunities in 2013. Then Patawar and Potey [23] provided a short review in 2015.  ... 
arXiv:1812.09449v3 fatcat:36tnstbyo5h4xizjpqn4cevgui

A Study on Named Entity Recognition with OpenNLP at English Texts

Metin Bilgin
2019 Journal of Applied Intelligent System  
In this work, named entity recognition is performed and one method is suggested and results are discussed for assignment to unlabeled name entities by using OpenNLP library with the help of KNIME program  ...  Named entity recognition provides identifying and classifying of person, area, etc. inside of formal and informal text content and it can be used for different purposes as question answering systems and  ...  "Named entity recognition: fallacies, challenges and opportunities." Computer Standards & Interfaces35.5 (2013): 482-489.  ... 
doi:10.33633/jais.v4i1.2096 fatcat:a5s7ignvljhbjmsff77tkvr6da

Solidarity, justice, and recognition of the other

Ruud ter Meulen
2016 Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics  
The importance of solidarity lies particularly in its emphasis on relational aspects and the role of recognition in care practices, which are usually ignored in liberal approaches to justice.  ...  More specifically, I will compare the philosophical traditions rooted in Kant (with emphasis on autonomy and individual rights) to approaches rooted in Hegel (with emphasis on individual relations of recognition  ...  reproduction in any medium, provided you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were made.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11017-016-9387-3 pmid:27896526 pmcid:PMC5167774 fatcat:lo6snyyxg5cptemvqhxtjkvvmm

City Slums as a Recognition of Migrants' Rights

Edmund W. Cheng
2008 China Perspectives  
job opportunities.  ...  to the privileged in the name of the public interest  ... 
doi:10.4000/chinaperspectives.4747 fatcat:7n7xrqtldzadzj533z7js5gxlq

Communication, Recognition and Social Pathology: Normative Paradigms in Habermas and Honneth

Robert Farrow
2017 Figshare  
I go on to consider the work of Axel Honneth, whose theory of recognition is the foremost example of a post-Habermasian critical theory.  ...  My analysis concentrates on issues of morality and ethics, identity, philosophical anthropology, and the human relationship to nature.  ...  This would make the dialectic of recognition logically and ontologically prior to any other human activity. Cf. Harris, Hegel's Development: Night Thoughts (Jena 1801-1806. p.112  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.4750780.v1 fatcat:twjzxedfcretdl6kr5jt4ymljm

Merging information in speech recognition: Feedback is never necessary

Dennis Norris, James M. McQueen, Cutler
2000 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
Thus it could only be included in models of speech recognition as an additional component. The principle of Occam's razor instructs theorists never to multiply entities unnecessarily.  ...  This direction of information flow is unavoidable and necessary for a speech recognition model to function.  ...  razor's instructions not to multiply unnecessary entities.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x00003241 fatcat:fxfjq33eevei7fmthzn7hv2i3a

Why not model spoken word recognition instead of phoneme monitoring?

Jean Vroomen, Beatrice de Gelder
2000 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
No experimental data imply that feedback loops are required for speech recognition. Feedback is accordingly unnecessary and spoken word recognition is modular.  ...  The principle of Occam's razor instructs theorists never to multiply entities unnecessarily.  ...  razor's instructions not to multiply unnecessary entities.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x00493246 fatcat:kvpp3ouce5ecvkllnlnl6r427a

The role of pattern recognition in creative problem solving: A case study in search of new mathematics for biology

Felix T. Hong
2013 Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology  
) and digital pattern recognition (algorithmic process), respectively.  ...  By treating problem solving as a process of pattern recognition, the known dichotomy of visual thinking vs. verbal thinking can be recast in terms of analog pattern recognition (non-algorithmic process  ...  As if it were only yesterday that he shouted "Pattern Recognition!" in my ears. The author also takes this opportunity to honor his mentor Professor David C.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.pbiomolbio.2013.03.017 pmid:23597605 fatcat:y6cnc2scnjcsbh6m3qz72a4kzu

Admitting uncertainty, transforming engagement: towards caring practices for sustainability beyond climate change

Saurabh Arora
2019 Regional Environmental Change  
The aim is to nurture other-than-modern understandings of climate challenges and to help build multiple coexisting pathways of resilience, adaptation and mitigation.  ...  Undoing the fallacy of control, by admitting uncertainties, modernist practices may become caring through transformative engagement with others.  ...  Acknowledgements I thank Andy Stirling and Catherine Will for comments on a previous draft. Comments from REC's editors and anonymous reviewers have been very useful in producing the final version.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10113-019-01528-1 fatcat:tjwk2vjthjdx7dj4caggxzezgu

Finding common ground: Alternatives to code models for language use

Carol A. Fowler, Bert Hodges
2016 New Ideas in Psychology  
The perspectives are diverse in their theoretical perspectives, the issues on which they focus, and the methodologies they use and promote using.  ...  The contributions are, in some cases, revolutionary and dis-equilibrating.  ...  We extend our thanks for that support and to all conference presenters and participants.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.newideapsych.2016.03.001 fatcat:7utskgrrwjdp5b6vxydl3sppey

COLLECTIVE ACTION FOR LABOR RIGHTS AND THE STRUGGLE FOR LGBTQ RECOGNITION IN BRAZIL: TIPPING POINTS AND REFLECTION [chapter]

Roseli Bregantin Barbosa, Maria Tarcisa Silva Bega
2021 The urgency of work and the time of scientific publication, the path of preprint  
for recognition.  ...  Fraser (2017) asserts that recognition issues imply both immaterial and material results and, when both do not occur, it is a false recognition.  ... 
doi:10.22533/at.ed.4182115062 fatcat:m53carqvjbhnxdw7pcycvk7fm4

Can evolution get us off the hook? Evaluating the ecological defence of human rationality

Maarten Boudry, Michael Vlerick, Ryan McKay
2015 Consciousness and Cognition  
Proponents of 'ecological rationality' have challenged the bleak view of human reasoning emerging from research on biases and fallacies.  ...  If we approach the human mind as an adaptive toolbox, tailored to the structure of the environment, many alleged biases and fallacies turn out to be artefacts of narrow norms and artificial set-ups.  ...  We are very grateful to both the editors and the reviewers for their helpful and thoughtful feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.concog.2014.08.025 pmid:25467781 fatcat:wsf4gjv4prdtnapxy3v54texum

The quantum metaphor and the organization of words in the mind

Gary Libben
2017 Journal of Cultural Cognitive Science  
We learn words and we can recall them. We can point to objects and name them. Speakers of more than one language can name objects in one language and then provide a translation in another language.  ...  Finally, we have advanced the understanding of how words that are related to one another semantically both facilitate and inhibit one another in word recognition experiments (Baayen 2007; Libben et al.  ...  reproduction in any medium, provided you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were made.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s41809-017-0003-5 fatcat:mrgon5bqfvcqjojodzsuxlm2bi

Needs and Satisfiers: A Tool for Dealing with Perspectivity in Policy Analysis

Bettina Mahlert
2020 European Journal of Development Research  
In order to illustrate, the paper analyses three development reports, addressing needs for food and physical security as well as identity and recognition, and taking African land-tenure regimes as empirical  ...  The concept of basic human needs can be employed for avoiding a danger that arises from the perspectivity of development knowledge, namely, the use of overly narrowing cognitive and evaluative frameworks  ...  as you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons licence, and indicate if changes were made.  ... 
doi:10.1057/s41287-020-00294-9 fatcat:scc5icw2k5aztf3qfzkglkw5j4

Recognizing Insufficiently Supported Arguments in Argumentative Essays

Christian Stab, Iryna Gurevych
2017 Proceedings of the 15th Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics: Volume 1, Long Papers  
Furthermore, we experiment with feature-rich SVMs and convolutional neural networks and achieve 84% accuracy for automatically identifying insufficiently supported arguments.  ...  In this work, we show that human annotators substantially agree on the sufficiency criterion and introduce a novel annotated corpus.  ...  We thank our annotators Can Diehl and Radhika Gaonkar for their valuable contributions and the anonymous reviewers for their helpful comments.  ... 
doi:10.18653/v1/e17-1092 dblp:conf/eacl/GurevychS17 fatcat:kjhlu72hrnb57ou6s5wvbsgf3a
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