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Learning Models for Object Recognition from Natural Language Descriptions
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We investigate the task of learning models for visual object recognition from natural language descriptions alone. Expand
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Recognising Textual Entailment with Logical Inference
We use logical inference techniques for recognising textual entailment. As the performance of theorem proving turns out to be highly dependent on not readily available background knowledge, weExpand
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The Leeds Arabic Discourse Treebank: Annotating Discourse Connectives for Arabic
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We present the first effort towards producing an Arabic Discourse Treebank,a news corpus where all discourse connectives are identified and annotated with the discourse relations they convey as well as with the two arguments they relate. Expand
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Collective Classification for Fine-grained Information Status
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We add a fine-grained information status layer to the Wall Street Journal portion of the OntoNotes corpus. Expand
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Using the Web for Nominal Anaphora Resolution
We present a novel method for resolving non-pronominal anaphora. Instead of using handcrafted lexical resources, we search the Web with shallow patterns which can be predetermined for the type ofExpand
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The Web Library of Babel: evaluating genre collections
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We present experiments in automatic genre classification on web corpora, comparing a wide variety of features on several different genreannotated datasets (HGC, I-EN, KI-04, KRYS-I, MGC and SANTINIS). Expand
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Syntactic Features and Word Similarity for Supervised Metonymy Resolution
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We show that syntactic head-modifier relations are a high precision feature for metonymy recognition but suffer from data sparseness. Expand
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Towards a Corpus Annotated for Metonymies: the Case of Location Names
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We present a framework for annotating metonymies in domain-independent text that considers the regularity, productivity and underspecification of metonymic usage. Expand
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Global Inference for Bridging Anaphora Resolution
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We present the first work on antecedent selection for bridging resolution without restrictions on anaphor or relation types and show that the variety of bridging anaphora is much higher than reported previously. Expand
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Comparing Knowledge Sources for Nominal Anaphora Resolution
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We compare two ways of obtaining lexical knowledge for antecedent selection in other-anaphora and definite noun phrase coreference. Expand
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