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Satellite meeting for Literature and Text mining related issues
Different web tools allow researchers to search literature databases and integrate semantic information extracted from text with external databases and ontologies. Some of them even provide accessible APIs so users can build their own text mining pipelines.
Enhanced literature search and retrieval engines
Text mining web services
TM related web services provided by DBCLS
Assessment of text mining tools (both engines and web services)
ieXML: how to standardize the annotation of named entities
The questions that this satellite meeting could try to answer are:
- What are the missing elements for better integration of the different services?
- Which are the best formats for information extraction data exchange (ieXML, RDF)?
- Which components of the text minig architecture can be moved from to the server to the client (AJAX, browser plugins)?
- Is it possible to build portable text mining systems? Can systems be adapted to specific domains and specific tasks without the assistance of an experienced language processing specialist?
- How can we cope with full text data (format / copyright)?
- What is the actual utility of text mining in the workflows of the various communities of potential users—model organism database curators, bedside clinicians, biologists utilizing high-throughput experimental assays, hospital billing departments?
- How usable are biomedical text mining applications? How does the application fit into the workflow of a complex bioinformatics pipeline? What kind of training does a bioscientist require to be able to use an application?
- How robust and reliable are biomedical text mining applications?
- Developers of literature and text mining related software and services
- End-users of these services
- Yulia Kovarskaya
- Hong-Woo Chun
- Yasunori Yamamoto
- Tobias Gattermayer
- José María Fernández
- 2009/3/17 13:00-17:00
- Seminar Room (1F)
- Alberto Labarga
- Review of text mining tools and web services
- Attachments (coming soon)