Dina Wonsever

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In this paper we describe a rule-based formalism for the analysis and labelling of texts segments. The rules are contextual rewriting rules with a restricted form of negation. They allow to underspecify text segments not considered relevant to a given task and to base decisions upon context. A parser for these rules is presented and consistence and(More)
In this paper we describe a constraint analyser for contextual rules. Contextual rules constitute a rule-based formalism that allows rewriting of terminals and/or non terminal sequences taking in account their context. The formalism allows also to refer to portions of text by means of exclusion zones, that is, patterns that are only specified by a maximun(More)
This paper details the method used to augment an epistemic modality corpus (the Bioscope corpus), incorporating results from the lexical and syntactic analysis of its sentences. The features resulting from these analyses were consolidated in a single data structure, that can be used for interactive experimentation on the corpus. Some visualization aids(More)
Current Information Retrieval systems generally search documents using a keywords model, which is often not expressive enough for the user. In this paper we describe some directions for improving an Information Retrieval system by letting the user specify different semantics constraints in her query, using a language based on a simplified version of(More)
We describe the TEMANTEX annotation scheme for temporal expressions and other lexical indicators of temporality and we analyze a first annotation experience. TEMANTEX is mainly a revision of the markup language TIMEX3, but with some additions and a different treatment for relative expressions. Our alternative proposal is justified for two reasons. First,(More)