Design of a Standoff Object-Oriented Markup Language (SOOML) for Annotating Biomedical Literature
Ding, Jing and Berleant, Daniel (2004) Design of a Standoff Object-Oriented Markup Language (SOOML) for Annotating Biomedical Literature. Publisher UNSPECIFIED, Ames/Iowa, USA.
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With the rapid growth of electronically available scientific literature, text mining is attracting increasing attention. While numerous algorithms, tools, and systems have been developed for extracting information from text, little effort has been focused on how to mark up the information. We present the design of a standoff, object-oriented markup language (called SOOML), which is simple, expressive, flexible, and extensible, satisfying the demanding needs of biomedical text mining.
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