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Unformatted text preview: ision of 96.5% and a recall of 89.3%. They conclude that these good results
may be improved by careful preprocessing and the extension of ﬁltering to
different languages. Band 20 – 2005 55 Hotho, Nürnberger, and Paaß
5 Conclusion In this article, we tried to give a brief introduction to the broad ﬁeld of text
mining. Therefore, we motivated this ﬁeld of research, gave a more formal
deﬁnition of the terms used herein and presented a brief overview of currently
available text mining methods, their properties and their application to speciﬁc
problems. Even though, it was impossible to describe all algorithms and applications in detail within the (size) limits of an article, we think that the ideas
discussed and the provided references should give the interested reader a rough
overview of this ﬁeld and several starting points for further studies.
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