INFORMATION EXTRACTION FROM CHEMICAL PATENTS
AbstractThe development of new chemicals or pharmaceuticals is preceded by an indepth analysis of published patents in this ﬁeld. This information retrieval is a costly and time ineﬃcient step when done by a human reader, yet it is mandatory for potential success of an investment. The goal of the research project UIMA-HPC is to automate and hence speed-up the process of knowledge mining about patents. Multi-threaded analysis engines, developed according to UIMA (Unstructured Information Management Architecture) standards, process texts and images in thousands of documents in parallel. UNICORE (UNiform Interface to COmputing Resources) workﬂow control structures make it possible to dynamically allocate resources for every given task to gain best cpu-time/realtime ratios in an HPC environment.
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Bergmann, S., & Romberg, M. (2012). INFORMATION EXTRACTION FROM CHEMICAL PATENTS. Computer Science, 13(2), 21. https://doi.org/10.7494/csci.2012.13.2.21