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Title: Knowledge representation of crime-related events: A preliminary approach
Authors: Carnaz, Gonçalo
Nogueira, Vitor
Antunes, Mário
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Schloss Dagstuhl- Leibniz-Zentrum fur Informatik GmbH, Dagstuhl Publishing
Citation: Carnaz, G., Nogueira, V. B., & Antunes, M. (2019). Knowledge representation of crime-related events: A preliminary approach. OpenAccess Series in Informatics, 74.
Abstract: The crime is spread in every daily newspaper, and particularly on criminal investigation reports produced by several Police departments, creating an amount of data to be processed by Humans. Other research studies related to relation extraction (a branch of information retrieval) in Portuguese arisen along the years, but with few extracted relations and several computer methods approaches, that could be improved by recent features, to achieve better performance results. This paper aims to present the ongoing work related to SEM (Simple Event Model) ontology population with instances retrieved from crime-related documents, supported by an SVO (Subject, Verb, Object) algorithm using hand-crafted rules to extract events, achieving a performance measure of 0.86 (F-Measure).
ISBN: 9783959771146
ISSN: 21906807
Type: article
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