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ACL
2010
10 years 28 days ago
It Makes Sense: A Wide-Coverage Word Sense Disambiguation System for Free Text
Word sense disambiguation (WSD) systems based on supervised learning achieved the best performance in SensEval and SemEval workshops. However, there are few publicly available ope...
Zhi Zhong, Hwee Tou Ng
ACL
1998
10 years 4 months ago
Word Sense Disambiguation using Optimised Combinations of Knowledge Sources
Word sense disambiguation algorithms, with few exceptions, have made use of only one lexical knowledge source. We describe a system which t)erforms word sense disambiguation on al...
Yorick Wilks, Mark Stevenson
EMNLP
2004
10 years 4 months ago
Unsupervised Domain Relevance Estimation for Word Sense Disambiguation
This paper presents Domain Relevance Estimation (DRE), a fully unsupervised text categorization technique based on the statistical estimation of the relevance of a text with respe...
Alfio Massimiliano Gliozzo, Bernardo Magnini, Carl...
CORR
2004
Springer
125views Education» more  CORR 2004»
10 years 2 months ago
Word Sense Disambiguation by Web Mining for Word Co-occurrence Probabilities
This paper describes the National Research Council (NRC) Word Sense Disambiguation (WSD) system, as applied to the English Lexical Sample (ELS) task in Senseval-3. The NRC system ...
Peter D. Turney
EACL
2006
ACL Anthology
10 years 4 months ago
Determining Word Sense Dominance Using a Thesaurus
The degree of dominance of a sense of a word is the proportion of occurrences of that sense in text. We propose four new methods to accurately determine word sense dominance using...
Saif Mohammad, Graeme Hirst
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