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COLING
2010
8 years 10 months ago
Discriminative Training for Near-Synonym Substitution
Near-synonyms are useful knowledge resources for many natural language applications such as query expansion for information retrieval (IR) and paraphrasing for text generation. Ho...
Liang-Chih Yu, Hsiu-Min Shih, Yu-Ling Lai, Jui-Fen...
COLING
2002
9 years 3 months ago
Fine Grained Classification of Named Entities
While Named Entity extraction is useful in many natural language applications, the coarse categories that most NE extractors work with prove insufficient for complex applications ...
Michael Fleischman, Eduard H. Hovy
ACL
1989
9 years 5 months ago
A Hybrid Approach to Representation in the Janus Natural Language Processor
In BBN's natural language understanding and generation system (Janus), we have used a hybrid approach to representation, employing an intensional logic for the representation...
Ralph M. Weischedel
ACL
1998
9 years 5 months ago
Automatic Acquisition of Language Model based on Head-Dependent Relation between Words
Language modeling is to associate a sequence of words with a priori probability, which is a key part of many natural language applications such as speech recognition and statistic...
Seungmi Lee, Key-Sun Choi
EMNLP
2004
9 years 5 months ago
TextRank: Bringing Order into Text
In this paper, we introduce TextRank
Rada Mihalcea, Paul Tarau
EMNLP
2008
9 years 5 months ago
Automatic Prediction of Parser Accuracy
Statistical parsers have become increasingly accurate, to the point where they are useful in many natural language applications. However, estimating parsing accuracy on a wide var...
Sujith Ravi, Kevin Knight, Radu Soricut
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