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Conditional random fields (CRFs) are a probabilistic framework for labeling and segmenting structured data, such as sequences, trees and lattices.
This paper presents the use of conditional random fields (CRFs) for table extraction, and compares them with hidden Markov models (HMMs).
Unlike HMMs, CRFs support the use of many rich and overlapping layout and language features, and as a result, they perform significantly better.
This is a highly promising result, indicating that such parameter estimation techniques make CRFs a practical and efficient choice for labelling sequential data, as well as a theoretically sound and principled probabilistic framework. Among sequence labeling tasks in language processing, shallow parsing has received much attention, with the development of standard evaluation datasets and extensive comparison among methods.
We show here how to train a conditional random field to achieve performance as good as any reported base noun-phrase chunking method on the Co NLL task, and better than any reported single model.
Improved training methods based on modern optimization algorithms were critical in achieving these results.
We present extensive comparisons between models and training methods that confirm and strengthen previous results on shallow parsing and training methods for maximum-entropy models.
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