Ilia Kuznetsov

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Our in vivo experiments were aimed at studying afferent links of the preoptic/anterior hypothalamus system, which integrates thermal and osmotic homeostasis. Special attention was paid to using stimulation intensities within the normal physiological range. The experiments were carried out on adult cats anesthetized with ketamine (25mg/kg) and inhalation of(More)
This paper describes our approach to the SemEval 2017 Task 10: “Extracting Keyphrases and Relations from Scientific Publications”, specifically to Subtask (B): “Classification of identified keyphrases”. We explored three different deep learning approaches: a character-level convolutional neural network (CNN), a stacked learner with an MLP meta-classifier,(More)
Domain dependence of NLP systems is one of the major obstacles to their application in large-scale text analysis, also restricting the applicability of FrameNet semantic role labeling (SRL) systems. Yet, current FrameNet SRL systems are still only evaluated on a single in-domain test set. For the first time, we study the domain dependence of FrameNet SRL on(More)
Evoked potential (EPs) and responses of the medial (MPO) and lateral (LPO) preoptic region (RPO) and adjacent structures of the hypothalamus to stimulation of the prefrontal (area 8) and cingulate (area 24) cortex, piriform lobe (periamygdaloid cortex), and hippocampus (area CA3) were investigated in acute experiments on cats under ketamine anesthesia. The(More)
Spatial organization of neurons in the prefrontal and cingulate cortex, cortex of the piriform lobe and the hippocampus which project axons to the preoptic region, has been studied in cats using horseradish peroxidase tracing. Cortical areas were selected taking into consideration their phylogenetical distinctions. The prefrontal cortex was found to send a(More)
Responses of hypothalamic neurons to single (1/s, 20 impulses) stimulation of the prefrontal (area 8), cingulum (area 24), periamygdaloideus (RPA) cortex and hippocampus (field CA3) were studied on experimental cats anesthetized with ketamine. The routine elaborated for IBM PC/AT 386 provided: 1) selection of such neurone reaction with the latent period(More)
Responses of the neurons of the lateral and ventromedial hypothalamic regions (HL andHvm, respectively), as well as of the area of the dorsal hypothalamus (aHd) and the projection region of the medial forelimb bundle (MFB), evoked by stimulation of the proreal cortex (field 8), cingular cortex (field 24), pyriform lobula (periamigdalar cortex), and(More)
Acute experiments on cats showed that mild shifts in osmotic homeostasis (within physiological limits) result in modifications of the spike activity in a significant share of thermosensitive neurons of the Preoptic region (RPO); in particular, rhythmic aftereffects (RAE) are induced in these units. The neurons were identified as thermosensitive cells(More)
We present the first experiment-based study that explicitly contrasts the three major semantic role labeling frameworks. As a prerequisite, we create a dataset labeled with parallel FrameNet-, PropBank-, and VerbNet-style labels for German. We train a state-of-the-art SRL tool for German for the different annotation styles and provide a comparative analysis(More)
Evoked potentials (EPs) and neuronal responses of the medial (MPO) and lateral (LPO) preoptic region (RPO) and adjacent areas of the hypothalamus to stimulation of the prefrontal (area 8), cingulum (area 24), periamigdaloideus (RPA) cortex and hippocampus (area CA3) have been studied on cats anesthetized with ketamine. Cortical areas were selected according(More)