Tag: Entity Disambiguation

Entity disambiguation is the process of mapping extracted entities from a given text to real-world entities in a knowledge base such as Wikipedia and DBpedia. It’s particularly important in cases where multiple entities share a name.

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Haven’t I Met You Before? Cross-Document Coreference Resolution

The Dude: Nobody calls me Lebowski. You got the wrong guy. I’m the Dude, man. Blond Treehorn Thug: Your name’s Lebowski, Lebowski. Your wife is Bunny. The Dude: My… my wi-, my wife, Bunny? Do you see a wedding ring on my finger? Does this place look like I’m married? From The Big Lebowski The example […]