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AAAI
2015
4 years 4 days ago
Solving and Explaining Analogy Questions Using Semantic Networks
Analogies are a fundamental human reasoning pattern that relies on relational similarity. Understanding how analogies are formed facilitates the transfer of knowledge between cont...
Adrian Boteanu, Sonia Chernova
ACL
2007
9 years 5 months ago
Coordinate Noun Phrase Disambiguation in a Generative Parsing Model
In this paper we present methods for improving the disambiguation of noun phrase (NP) coordination within the framework of a lexicalised history-based parsing model. As well as re...
Deirdre Hogan
WSDM
2009
ACM
198views Data Mining» more  WSDM 2009»
9 years 10 months ago
Measuring the similarity between implicit semantic relations using web search engines
Measuring the similarity between implicit semantic relations is an important task in information retrieval and natural language processing. For example, consider the situation whe...
Danushka Bollegala, Yutaka Matsuo, Mitsuru Ishizuk...
ACL
2010
9 years 1 months ago
Generating Image Descriptions Using Dependency Relational Patterns
This paper presents a novel approach to automatic captioning of geo-tagged images by summarizing multiple webdocuments that contain information related to an image's location...
Ahmet Aker, Robert J. Gaizauskas
LREC
2008
111views Education» more  LREC 2008»
9 years 5 months ago
Using Lexical Acquisition to Enrich a Predicate Argument Reusable Database
The work described in this paper aims to enrich the noun classifications of an existing database of lexical resources (de Matos and Ribeiro, 2004) adding missing information such ...
Paula Cristina Vaz, David Martins de Matos, Nuno J...
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