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coreferential

(ˌkəʊrɛfəˈrɛnʃəl)
adj
(Linguistics) philosophy (of more than one linguistic expression) designating the same individual or class
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Adj.1.coreferential - relating to coreference
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Going beyond sophisticated text search, modern KEs also actively extract information by processing text sources, looking for named entities, dependences between entities, coreference resolution (within each document), and entity linkage (which maps proper nouns and the coreferences to the corresponding entities already in the knowledge base).
Comme mentionne precedemment, l'usage de coreferences et l'inspiration que les humains trouvent chez le bovin ont parfois ete percus comme relevant d'une copie humaine des caracteristiques bovines:
one is co-referential pruning, where repeated information about the coreferences is deleted.
Most often IE is limited to "the 60% barrier" because of erroneous system choices in the recognition of coreferences between entities and events; another possibility is that this barrier is due to the shallow analysis potential since IE avoids interpretation of implicit relationships and deep inference [1].