His primary areas of study are Information retrieval, Artificial intelligence, Natural language processing, Unified Medical Language System and Text mining. The Information retrieval study which covers Biomedicine that intersects with Natural language and Field. His Artificial intelligence study often links to related topics such as Machine learning.
In the subject of general Natural language processing, his work in Part of speech and Biomedical text is often linked to Health informatics and Molecular binding, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Unified Medical Language System research incorporates elements of Web search query, Web query classification, Sargable, Query optimization and Semantics. Thomas C. Rindflesch works mostly in the field of Text mining, limiting it down to concerns involving Search engine indexing and, occasionally, Index, State, Word-sense disambiguation and Metathesaurus Concept.
His primary scientific interests are in Information retrieval, Artificial intelligence, Natural language processing, Unified Medical Language System and Semantics. His studies deal with areas such as Text mining and Biomedicine as well as Information retrieval. Many of his studies on Artificial intelligence apply to Machine learning as well.
He interconnects Controlled vocabulary and Domain knowledge in the investigation of issues within Natural language processing. His Unified Medical Language System research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Parsing and Search engine indexing. In his work, Semantic network is strongly intertwined with Knowledge extraction, which is a subfield of Semantics.
Thomas C. Rindflesch mainly investigates Information retrieval, Artificial intelligence, Semantics, Natural language processing and Biomedicine. His work in the fields of Information retrieval, such as Literature-based discovery, overlaps with other areas such as Graph database. His work on Proper noun is typically connected to Event, Component and Scope as part of general Artificial intelligence study, connecting several disciplines of science.
His Semantics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Recommender system and World Wide Web. His work on Syntax as part of general Natural language processing study is frequently connected to Polarity, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His studies in Biomedicine integrate themes in fields like Field, Biomedical text mining, Data science and Bibliographic database.
Thomas C. Rindflesch focuses on Semantics, Artificial intelligence, Natural language processing, Data mining and Information retrieval. His study in the field of Lexical semantics is also linked to topics like Research literature. The study incorporates disciplines such as Machine learning and Complex network in addition to Artificial intelligence.
Many of his research projects under Natural language processing are closely connected to Rank and Heuristics with Rank and Heuristics, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His Data mining study incorporates themes from Adverse effect, Pharmacovigilance, Pharmacogenomics and Computational biology. His work carried out in the field of Information retrieval brings together such families of science as Biomedicine and Knowledge extraction.
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EDGAR: Extraction of Drugs, Genes And Relations from the Biomedical Literature
Thomas C. Rindflesch;Lorraine Tanabe;John N. Weinstein;Lawrence Hunter.
pacific symposium on biocomputing (1999)
SemMedDB: a PubMed-scale repository of biomedical semantic predications
Halil Kilicoglu;Dongwook Shin;Marcelo Fiszman;Graciela Rosemblat.
MedPost: a part-of-speech tagger for bioMedical text
L. Smith;T. Rindflesch;W. J. Wilbur.
The NLM Indexing Initiative.
Alan R. Aronson;Olivier Bodenreider;H. Florence Chang;Susanne M. Humphrey.
american medical informatics association annual symposium (2000)
Query expansion using the UMLS Metathesaurus.
Alan R. Aronson;Thomas C. Rindflesch.
conference of american medical informatics association (1997)
Exploiting Semantic Relations for Literature-Based Discovery
Dimitar Hristovski;Carol Friedman;Thomas C Rindflesch;Borut Peterlin.
american medical informatics association annual symposium (2006)
Abstraction summarization for managing the biomedical research literature
Marcelo Fiszman;Thomas C. Rindflesch;Halil Kilicoglu.
north american chapter of the association for computational linguistics (2004)
Extracting Molecular Binding Relationships from Biomedical Text
Thomas C. Rindflesch;Jayant V. Rajan;Lawrence Hunter.
conference on applied natural language processing (2000)
Word sense disambiguation by selecting the best semantic type based on Journal Descriptor Indexing: Preliminary experiment
Susanne M. Humphrey;Willie J. Rogers;Halil Kilicoglu;Dina Demner-Fushman.
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (2006)
Extracting semantic predications from Medline citations for pharmacogenomics
Caroline B Ahlers;Marcelo Fiszman;Dina Demner-Fushman;François-Michel Lang.
pacific symposium on biocomputing (2006)
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