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Title: A survey on the geographic scope of textual documents.
Authors: Monteiro, Bruno Rabello
Davis Junior, Clodoveu Augusto
Fonseca, Fred
Keywords: Geographic scope
Reference resolution
Grounding references
Issue Date: 2016
Citation: MONTEIRO, B. R.; DAVIS JÚNIOR, C. A.; FONSECA, F. A survey on the geographic scope of textual documents. Computers & Geosciences, v. 96, p. 23-34, 2016. Disponível em: <>. Acesso em: 02 out. 2017.
Abstract: Recognizing references to places in texts is needed in many applications, such assearch engines,loca- tion-based social media and document classification. In this paper we present a survey of methods and techniques for there cognition and identification of places referenced in texts.We discuss concept sand terminology, and propose a classification of the solutions given in the literature. We introduce a definition oftheGeographicScopeResolution(GSR)problem,dividingitinthreesteps:geoparsing, referenceresolution,andgroundingreferences.Solutionstothe first twostepsareorganizedaccording to themethodused,andsolutionstothethirdstepareorganizedaccordingtothetypeofoutputpro- duced. Wefoundthatitisdifficult tocompareexistingsolutionsdirectlytooneanother,becausethey of ten create their own bench marking data,targeted to their own problem.
ISSN: 00983004
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