The Benefits of Word Embeddings Features for Active Learning in Clinical Information Extraction

This study investigates the use of unsupervised word embeddings and sequence features for sample representation in an active learning framework built to extract clinical concepts from clinical free text. The objective is to further reduce the manual annotation effort while achieving higher effectiveness compared to a set of baseline features... (read more)

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