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|Title:||Name-alias Relationship Identiﬁcation in Thai News Articles: A Comparison of Co-occurrence Matrix Construction Methods|
|Publisher:||Science Faculty of Chiang Mai University|
|Abstract:||Named entity disambiguation is one of the most challenging tasks in natural language processing. In many Thai news categories, referential ambiguity is often found, i.e., in addition to its formal names, an entity is often referred to by other names, called name aliases. Name co-occurrence information is very useful for name-alias relationship identiﬁcation, and it is usually represented by a co-occurrence matrix in the vector space model. Traditionally, a co-occurrence matrix is constructed by multiplying a weighted name-by-document matrix, possibly normalized, and its transpose. This paper proposes an alternative co-occurrence matrix construction method using association measures. The eﬀects of association measures are investigated by comparing their use with the traditional co-occurrence matrix construction method. Various complementary factors are considered in the comparison, e.g., weighting schemes, a normalization process, and linkage functions for hierarchical clustering. Two collections of Thai news articles, 1,000 articles in the domain of football and 1,000 articles in the domain of politics, are used in experiments. The experimental results show that co-occurrence matrix construction using association measures yields the highest performance in both news domains.|
|Appears in Collections:||CMUL: Journal Articles|
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