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I could classify words in all sentences in a text file as PERSON, LOCATION, ORGANIZATION etc. using Stanford's Named Entity Recognition. But how to extract names of a specific group of persons (eg: All borrowers names)?

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  • I've some text files from which I've to extract only "borrower names" from all sentences. Ex: Credit Agreement Dated as of July 1, 2017 among Hub Group, Inc. and Hub City Terminals, Inc., as Borrowers, ........ I'm using Stanford's NER jar and classifiers in Java to classify all person names as "PERSON". I have to extract only borrower details from all other names – Swathi Jul 22 '17 at 0:52
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You are looking for Knowledge Extraction, a task that goes far beyond Named Entity Recognition. It is an area of ongoing research, don't expect ready-made tools for this right now.

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  • Oh okay. Thanks for your clarification. I'm a student experimenting on NLP. – Swathi Jul 22 '17 at 21:49

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