Definition

named entity

In data mining, a named entity is a phrase that clearly identifies one item from a set of other items that have similar attributes. Examples of named entities are first and last names, geographic locations, ages, addresses, phone numbers, companies and addresses. Named entities are often mined for marketing initiatives. 

 

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