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Maintaining knowledge about temporal intervals
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An interval-based temporal logic is introduced, together with a computationally effective reasoning algorithm based on constraint propagation. Expand
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Towards a General Theory of Action and Time
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A temporal logic for reasoning about actions is proposed that is based on a temporal logic. 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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Natural language understanding
  • James F. Allen
  • Computer Science
  • Bejnamin/Cummings series in computer science
  • 1987
From the Publisher: In addition, this title offers coverage of two entirely new subject areas. First, the text features a new chapter on statistically-based methods using large corpora. Second, itExpand
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An Interval-Based Representation of Temporal Knowledge
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This paper describes a method for maintaining the relationships between temporal intervals in a hierarchical manner using constraint propagation techniques. Expand
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Coding Dialogs with the DAMSL Annotation Scheme
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This paper describes the DAMSL annotation scheme for communicative acts in dialog. Expand
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A Corpus and Cloze Evaluation for Deeper Understanding of Commonsense Stories
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Representation and learning of commonsense knowledge is one of the foundational problems in the quest to enable deep language understanding. Expand
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Actions and Events in Interval Temporal Logic
We present a representation of events and action based on interval temporal logic that is significantly more expressive and more natural than most previous AI approaches. The representation isExpand
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Generalized Plan Recognition
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This paper outlines a new theory of plan recognition that is significantly more powerful than previous approaches. Expand
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Natural language understanding (2nd ed.)
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