VK: Verrijkt Koninkrijk (Enriched Kingdom)
Dr Loe de Jong’s Het Koninkrijk der Nederlanden in de Tweede Wereldoorlog remains the most appealing history of German occupied Dutch society (1940-1945). Published between 1969 and 1991, the 14 volumes, consisting of 30 parts and 18,000 pages combine the qualities of an authoritative work for a general audience, and an inevitable point of reference for scholars. In VK this corpus is enriched with: - Tokenization, sentence splitting, part-of-speech tagging and lemmatization (done with the FROG software from Tilburg University); - Named entity recognition (done using UvA's NE tagger (specially trained for Dutch within the Stevin DuoMan project)); - Polarity tagging (positive/negative connotation of words) (done using UvA's FietsTas software (developed for Dutch within the Stevin DuoMan project)); - Named entity reconciliation by linking to Wikipedia (done using software developed by Edgar Meij (UvA)).
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De Boer, V., J. van Doornik, L. Buitinck, K. Ribbens, and T. Veken. Enriched Access to a Large War Historical Text using the Back of the Book Index. Extended abstract presented at the Workshop on Semantic Web and Information Extraction (SWAIE 2012), Galway, Ireland, 9 october 2012
L. Buitinck and M.Marx, Two-Stage Named-Entity Recognition Using Averaged Perceptrons in proceedings of NDLB, Groningen, Netherlands, 2012. http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-3-642-31178-9_17
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