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Word Sense Disambiguation An Introduction

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There is a general concern within the field of word sense dusamb~guatmn about the rater-annotator agreement between human annotators. In thus pa- per, we examine th~s msue by comparing the agree- ment rate on a large corpus of more than 30,000 sense-tagged instances Thin corpus us the mtersec- tmn of the WORDNET Semcor corpus and the DSO corpus, which has been independently tagged by two separate groups of human annotators The contri- bution of this paper us two-fold First, ~t presents a greedy search algorithm that can automatically de- rive coarser sense classes based on the sense tags assigned by two human ...
on a variety of word types and ambiguities. A rich variety of techniques have been researched, from dictionary-based methods that use the knowledge encoded in lexical resources, to supervised machine learning methods in which a classifier is trained for each distinct word on a corpus of manually sense-annotated examples, to completely unsupervised methods that cluster occurrences of words, thereby inducing word senses. Among these, supervised learning approaches have been the most successful algorithms to date. Current accuracy is difficult to state without a host of caveats. On English, accuracy at the coarse-grained ( homograph
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WORD SENSE DISAMBIGUATION AN INTRODUCTION

Unsupervised Multilingual Word Sense Disambiguation via an Interlingua
Introduction. Automatic word sense disambiguation (WSD) is one of the most challenging tasks in natural .... other work on data-driven WSD (e.g., the 25 million words .... all other scenarios, accuracy increases up to 36 percent- ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Word Sense Disambiguation With Sublexical Representations
also achieved a disambiguation rate of 90%. Introduction ... with the PERCENT sense. We can then disambiguate an occurrence of interest at a given position in the text ... ber 1990 with about four million words per month. The ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Book Review: Speech and Language Processing: An Introduction to ...
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“Automated Word Sense Disambiguation for Internet Information ...
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Introduction. 2. Survey of WSD Methods. In general terms, word sense disambiguation involves the association of a given word ...
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