Adaptive Information Extraction : Core Technologies for Information Agents

  • Kushmerick N
  • Thomas B
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For the purposes of this chapter, an information agent can be described as a distributed system that receives a goal through its user interface, gathers information relevant to this goal from a variety of sources, processes this content as appropriate, and delivers the results to the users. We focus on the second stage in this generic architecture. We survey a variety of information extraction techniques that enable information agents to automatically gather information from heterogeneous sources.

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  • Nicholas Kushmerick

  • Bernd Thomas

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