A Named Entity Recognition Model for Medieval Latin Charters


Pierre Chastang, UVSQ-Université Paris-Saclay
Sergio Torres Aguilar , UVSQ-Université Paris-Saclay
Xavier Tannier , Sorbonne Université

转载来源:Digital Humanities Quarterly, 2021, Volume 15 Number 4,http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/15/4/000574/000574.html


Pierre Chastang 

Pierre Chastang is a full professor of medieval history at UVSQ-Université Paris-Saclay. His main fields of research are the culture of writing and written heritage in the Middle Ages. For the past ten years, he has been developing interdisciplinary research projects involving history, physical-chemical analysis of ancient materials, and text mining concerning medieval pragmatic writing.

Sergio Torres Aguilar 

Sergio Torres Aguilar is a postdoctoral research fellow at the École nationale des Chartes in Paris. He received the doctoral degree on history in 2019 from Paris-Saclay university. His research focuses on machine learning methods applied to historical sources, natural languages processing to ancient languages and handwritten text recognition for medieval manuscripts.

Xavier Tannier 

Xavier Tannier is a full professor of computer science at Sorbonne University, Paris. He conducts his research in the laboratory for medical informatics and knowledge engineering for e-health (LIMICS). His main research topics concern natural language processing and information retrieval and extraction.