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2016
ACM
4 years 6 months ago
Capturing Turn-by-Turn Lexical Similarity in Text-Based Communication
Speakers often come to use similar words during conversation; that is, they come to exhibit lexical similarity. The extent to which this occurs is associated with many positive so...
Noah Liebman, Darren Gergle
KCAP
2005
ACM
10 years 3 months ago
Estimating similarity among collaboration contributions
The need for collaboration arises in many activities required for effective problem solving and decision making. We are developing Angler, a web-services tool that supports collab...
Kenneth S. Murray, John D. Lowrance, Douglas E. Ap...
MEDINFO
2007
169views Healthcare» more  MEDINFO 2007»
9 years 11 months ago
Corpus-based Error Detection in a Multilingual Medical Thesaurus
Cross-language document retrieval systems require support by some kind of multilingual thesaurus for semantically indexing documents in different languages. The peculiarities of t...
Roosewelt L. Andrade, Edson José Pacheco, P...
ACL
2012
8 years 22 days ago
SITS: A Hierarchical Nonparametric Model using Speaker Identity for Topic Segmentation in Multiparty Conversations
One of the key tasks for analyzing conversational data is segmenting it into coherent topic segments. However, most models of topic segmentation ignore the social aspect of conver...
Viet-An Nguyen, Jordan L. Boyd-Graber, Philip Resn...
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