A Method of Annotating Disease Names in TCM Patents Based on Co-training
In the era of big data, annotated text data is a scarce resource. The annotated important semantic information can be used as keywords in text analysis, mining and intelligent retrieval, as well as valuable training and testing sets for machine learning. In the analysis, mining and intelligent retrieval of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) patents, similar to Chinese herbal medicine name and medicine efficacy, disease name is also an important annotation object. Utilizing the characteristics of TCM patent texts and based on co-training method in machine learning, this paper proposes a method of annotating disease names from TCM patent texts. Experiments show that this method is feasible and effective. This method can also be extended to annotate other semantic information in TCM patents.
This work was supported by National Key Research and Development Program of China under Grant 2017YFC1405403; National Natural Science Foundation of China under Grant 61075059; Philosophical and Social Sciences Research Project of Hubei Education Department under Grant 19Q054; Green Industry Technology Leading Project (product development category) of Hubei University of Technology under Grant CPYF2017008; Research Foundation for Advanced Talents of Hubei University of Technology under Grant BSQD12131; Natural Science Foundation of Anhui Province under Grant 1708085MF161; and Key Project of Natural Science Research of Universities in Anhui under Grant KJ2015A236.
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