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The Generative Lexicon
  • J. Pustejovsky
  • Computer Science, Psychology
  • Comput. Linguistics
  • 23 October 1995
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In this paper, I will discuss four major topics relating to current research in lexical semantics: methodology, descriptive coverage, adequacy of the representation, and the computational usefulness of representations. Expand
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TimeML: Robust Specification of Event and Temporal Expressions in Text
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We provide a description of TimeML, a rich specification language for event and temporal expressions in natural language text, developed in the context of the AQUAINT program on Question Answering Systems. Expand
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SemEval-2013 Task 1: TempEval-3: Evaluating Time Expressions, Events, and Temporal Relations
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We describe the TempEval-3 task within the SemEval 2013 evaluation exercise, which aims to advance research on temporal information processing. Expand
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SemEval-2010 Task 13: TempEval-2
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Tempeval-2 is based on TempEval-1, but is more elaborate in two respects: (i) it is a multilingual task, and (ii) it consists of six subtasks rather than three. Expand
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The syntax of event structure
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We propose a configurational theory of event structure and examine how it contributes to a lexical semantic theory for natural language. Expand
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FactBank: a corpus annotated with event factuality
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We present FactBank, a corpus annotated with information concerning the factuality of events. Expand
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SemEval-2007 Task 15: TempEval Temporal Relation Identification
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The TempEval task proposes a simple way to evaluate automatic extraction of temporal relations. Expand
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Machine Learning of Temporal Relations
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This paper investigates a machine learning approach for temporally ordering and anchoring events in natural language texts. Expand
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ISO-TimeML: An International Standard for Semantic Annotation
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In this paper, we present ISO-TimeML, a revised and interoperable version of the temporal markup language, TimeML. Expand
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The Specification Language TimeML
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We provide a description of TimeML, a rich specification language for event and temporal expressions in natural language text, developed in the context of the AQUAINT program on Question Answering Systems. Expand
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