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ACL
2009
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Directional Distributional Similarity for Lexical Expansion
Distributional word similarity is most commonly perceived as a symmetric relation. Yet, one of its major applications is lexical expansion, which is generally asymmetric. This pap...
Lili Kotlerman, Ido Dagan, Idan Szpektor, Maayan Z...
EMNLP
2010
10 years 11 months ago
Measuring Distributional Similarity in Context
The computation of meaning similarity as operationalized by vector-based models has found widespread use in many tasks ranging from the acquisition of synonyms and paraphrases to ...
Georgiana Dinu, Mirella Lapata
ACL
2006
11 years 2 months ago
Modelling Lexical Redundancy for Machine Translation
Certain distinctions made in the lexicon of one language may be redundant when translating into another language. We quantify redundancy among source types by the similarity of th...
David Talbot, Miles Osborne
LREC
2008
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Unsupervised Acquisition of Verb Subcategorization Frames from Shallow-Parsed Corpora
In this paper, we reported experiments of unsupervised automatic acquisition of Italian and English verb subcategorization frames (SCFs) from general and domain corpora. The propo...
Alessandro Lenci, Barbara McGillivray, Simonetta M...
ISBI
2002
IEEE
12 years 1 months ago
Volumetric constraints in 3D tomography applied to electron microscopy
3D Electron Microscopy aims at the reconstruction of density volumes corresponding to the mass distribution of macromolecules imaged with an electron microscope. There are many fa...
Carlos Oscar Sánchez Sorzano, Gabor T. Herm...
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