Paloma Martínez (ORCID 0000-0003-3013-3771)
Paloma Martínez (ORCID 0000-0003-3013-3771)
Otros nombresPaloma Martínez Fernández
Full Professor, Computer Science Department, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
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Semeval-2013 task 9: Extraction of drug-drug interactions from biomedical texts (ddiextraction 2013)
I Segura-Bedmar, P Martínez Fernández, M Herrero Zazo
Association for Computational Linguistics, 2013
The DDI corpus: An annotated corpus with pharmacological substances and drug–drug interactions
M Herrero-Zazo, I Segura-Bedmar, P Martínez, T Declerck
Journal of biomedical informatics 46 (5), 914-920, 2013
The CHEMDNER corpus of chemicals and drugs and its annotation principles
M Krallinger, O Rabal, F Leitner, M Vazquez, D Salgado, Z Lu, R Leaman, ...
Journal of cheminformatics 7 (1), 1-17, 2015
Using a shallow linguistic kernel for drug–drug interaction extraction
I Segura-Bedmar, P Martinez, C de Pablo-Sánchez
Journal of biomedical informatics 44 (5), 789-804, 2011
The 1st DDIExtraction-2011 challenge task: Extraction of Drug-Drug Interactions from biomedical texts
I Segura-Bedmar, P Martínez Fernández, D Sánchez Cisneros
Isabel Segura-Bedmar, Paloma Martínez, Daniel Sánchez-Cisneros, 2011
Overlapping factors in search engine optimization and web accessibility
L Moreno, P Martinez
Online Information Review 37 (4), 564-580, 2013
Learning teaching strategies in an adaptive and intelligent educational system through reinforcement learning
A Iglesias, P Martínez, R Aler, F Fernández
Applied Intelligence 31, 89-106, 2009
Lessons learnt from the DDIExtraction-2013 shared task
I Segura-Bedmar, P Martínez, M Herrero-Zazo
Journal of biomedical informatics 51, 152-164, 2014
A linguistic rule-based approach to extract drug-drug interactions from pharmacological documents
I Segura-Bedmar, P Martínez, C de Pablo-Sánchez
BMC bioinformatics 12 (2), 1-11, 2011
Resolving anaphoras for the extraction of drug-drug interactions in pharmacological documents
I Segura-Bedmar, M Crespo, C de Pablo-Sánchez, P Martínez
BMC bioinformatics 11 (2), 1-9, 2010
Drug name recognition and classification in biomedical texts: a case study outlining approaches underpinning automated systems
I Segura-Bedmar, P Martínez, M Segura-Bedmar
Drug discovery today 13 (17-18), 816-823, 2008
Evaluating the accessibility of three open‐source learning content management systems: A comparative study
A Iglesias, L Moreno, P Martínez, R Calvo
Computer Applications in Engineering Education 22 (2), 320-328, 2014
Reinforcement learning of pedagogical policies in adaptive and intelligent educational systems
A Iglesias, P Martínez, R Aler, F Fernández
Knowledge-Based Systems 22 (4), 266-270, 2009
Exploring Spanish health social media for detecting drug effects
I Segura-Bedmar, P Martínez, R Revert, J Moreno-Schneider
BMC medical informatics and decision making 15 (2), 1-9, 2015
Turning user generated health-related content into actionable knowledge through text analytics services
P Martínez, JL Martínez, I Segura-Bedmar, J Moreno-Schneider, A Luna, ...
Computers in Industry 78, 43-56, 2016
DINTO: using OWL ontologies and SWRL rules to infer drug–drug interactions and their mechanisms
M Herrero-Zazo, I Segura-Bedmar, J Hastings, P Martinez
Journal of chemical information and modeling 55 (8), 1698-1707, 2015
An approach to the integration of accessibility requirements into a user interface development method
R Miñón, L Moreno, P Martínez, J Abascal
Science of Computer Programming 86, 58-73, 2014
Detecting drugs and adverse events from Spanish social media streams
I Segura-Bedmar, R Revert, P Martínez
Proceedings of the 5th international workshop on health text mining and …, 2014
Lenguajes, gramáticas y autómatas
PI Viñuela
Pearson Educación, 1997
Exploring word embedding for drug name recognition
I Segura-Bedmar, V Suárez-Paniagua, P Martínez
Proceedings of the sixth international workshop on health text mining and …, 2015
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