Here are some suggested readings for Week 7. Remember that I do not distribute my lecture notes. Note also that you are responsible for all of the material on which I lecture. These readings are not required, but they are intended to cover everything that I talk about in our lectures (modulo the caution in the preceding sentence). All of them are available for free on line.
Intrinsic versus extrinsic evaluation
Resnik, Philip, and Jimmy Lin. “Evaluation of NLP Systems.” The handbook of computational linguistics and natural language processing 57 (2010).
Scope in information extraction
Ding, Jing, et al. “Mining MEDLINE: abstracts, sentences, or phrases.” Proceedings of the pacific symposium on biocomputing. Vol. 7. 2002.
Distance in information extraction
Blaschke, Christian, and Alfonso Valencia. “The frame-based module of the SUISEKI information extraction system.” IEEE Intelligent Systems 17.2 (2002): 14-20.
Combining and weighting evidence sources
Lu, Zhiyong, K. Bretonnel Cohen, and Lawrence Hunter. “Finding GeneRIFs via gene ontology annotations.” Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing. Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing. NIH Public Access, 2006.