By Godfried T. Toussaint
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They assume that if two entities participate in a relation, any sentence that contain these two entities express that relation. Because this assumption does not always hold, Mintz et al. use features extracted from diﬀerent sentences containing the entity pair to create a richer feature vector that is supposed to be more reliable. They deﬁne lexical, syntactic and named entity tag features. They use standard multi-class logistic regression as the classiﬁcation algorithm. Their experiments show that this method can reach almost 70% of precision based on human judgment.
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