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Coreference Resolution in a Modular, Entity-Centered Model

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Coreference Resolution in a Modular, Entity-Centered Model
Coreference resolution is governed by syntactic, semantic, and discourse constraints. We present a generative, model-based approach in which each of these factors is modularly encapsulated and learned in a primarily unsupervised manner. Our semantic representation first hypothesizes an underlying set of latent entity types, which generate specific entities that in turn render individual mentions. By lexical statistics at the level of abstract entity types, our model is able to substantially reduce semantic compatibility errors, resulting in the best results to date on the complete end-to-end coreference task.
Aria Haghighi, Dan Klein
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where NAACL
Authors Aria Haghighi, Dan Klein
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