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Combination Strategies for Semantic Role Labeling

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Combination Strategies for Semantic Role Labeling
This paper introduces and analyzes a battery of inference models for the problem of semantic role labeling: one based on constraint satisfaction, and several strategies that model the inference as a meta-learning problem using discriminative classifiers. These classifiers are developed with a rich set of novel features that encode proposition and sentence-level information. To our knowledge, this is the first work that: (a) performs a thorough analysis of learning-based inference models for semantic role labeling, and (b) compares several inference strategies in this context. We evaluate the proposed inference strategies in the framework of the CoNLL-2005 shared task using only automatically-generated syntactic information. The extensive experimental evaluation and analysis indicates that all the proposed inference strategies are successful −they all outperform the current best results reported in the CoNLL-2005 evaluation exercise− but each of the proposed approaches has its a...
Mihai Surdeanu, Lluís Màrquez, Xavie
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where JAIR
Authors Mihai Surdeanu, Lluís Màrquez, Xavier Carreras, Pere Comas
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