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hmBERT: Historical Multilingual Language Models for Named Entity Recognition


May 31, 2022
Stefan Schweter, Luisa März, Katharina Schmid, Erion Çano

* Submitted HIPE-2022 Working Note Paper for CLEF 2022 (Conference and Labs of the Evaluation Forum (CLEF 2022)) 

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Entities, Dates, and Languages: Zero-Shot on Historical Texts with T0


Apr 11, 2022
Francesco De Toni, Christopher Akiki, Javier de la Rosa, Clémentine Fourrier, Enrique Manjavacas, Stefan Schweter, Daniel van Strien


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Data Centric Domain Adaptation for Historical Text with OCR Errors


Jul 02, 2021
Luisa März, Stefan Schweter, Nina Poerner, Benjamin Roth, Hinrich Schütze

* 14 pages, 2 figures, 6 tables 

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FLERT: Document-Level Features for Named Entity Recognition


Nov 13, 2020
Stefan Schweter, Alan Akbik


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German's Next Language Model


Oct 30, 2020
Branden Chan, Stefan Schweter, Timo Möller

* Accepted by COLING2020 

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Towards Robust Named Entity Recognition for Historic German


Jun 18, 2019
Stefan Schweter, Johannes Baiter

* 8 pages, 5 figures, accepted at the 4th Workshop on Representation Learning for NLP (RepL4NLP), held in conjunction with ACL 2019 

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