A Study On The Mapping Process Of Mapping The Coordinates Of Persons, Organisations, Events

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ABSTRACT Named entity disambiguation is a very interesting problem having wide ranging applications. It is the process of mapping the mentions of persons, organisations, events etc. in textual documents to real world entities. The mapping process becomes tedious when these mentions in the text are commonly used to describe more than one real world entities. It is then said that the mention is ambiguous. If the mentions can be correctly mapped to the corresponding real world entities, then it can lead to a more informative and intuitive web experience where the textual documents can be linked to other knowledge bases which contain more information on various entities described in the document. In this report, we have surveyed well known research papers in the field of named entity disambiguation and have described the approaches suggested in them. Successive sections of report aim to solve the shortcomings of the algorithms discussed in the previous sections. INTRODUCTION The recent years have seen a huge increase in the number of online documents. This has resulted in a huge amount of information being available at the click of a mouse. But, at the same time, the retrieval of relevant information from this collection of unstructured documents has emerged as a challenging task and is a topic of research. A major part of retrieving information out of a document is finding out the words or phrases of significance in the article like the persons, organization, location,

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