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|Title:||Evaluating ParsCit’s Citation Context Extraction Functionality|
|Author(s):||Cui, Xiaokai; Schneider, Jodi|
|Abstract:||A poster on the ParsCit evaluation project|
|Citation Info:|| Athar, A. (2011). Sentiment analysis of citations using sentence structure-based features. In Proceedings of the ACL 2011 student session (pp. 81-87). Association for Computational Linguistics.  Councill, I. G., Giles, C. L., & Kan, M. Y. (2008). ParsCit: an Open-source CRF Reference String Parsing Package. In LREC (Vol. 8, pp. 661-667).  Stonebraker, M., Deng, D., & Brodie, M. L. (2016). Database decay and how to avoid it. In BigData (pp. 7-16).  Wikipedia. (n.d.) Precision and recall. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Precision_and_recall|
|Genre:||Presentation / Lecture / Speech|
|Date Available in IDEALS:||2018-11-09|
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