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Sequential Model Selection for Word Sense Disambiguation

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Sequential Model Selection for Word Sense Disambiguation
Statistical models of word-sense disambiguation are often based on a small number of contextual features or on a model that is assumed to characterize the interactions among a set of features. Model selection is presented as an alternative to these approaches, where a sequential search of possible models is conducted in order to find the model that best characterizes the interactions among features. This paper expands existing model selection methodology and presents the first comparative study of model selection search strategies and evaluation criteria when applied to the problem of building probabilistic classifiers for word-sense disambiguation.
Ted Pedersen, Rebecca F. Bruce, Janyce Wiebe
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Type Conference
Year 1997
Where ANLP
Authors Ted Pedersen, Rebecca F. Bruce, Janyce Wiebe
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