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This paper presents a comparative study of 5 different types of Word Space Models (WSMs) combined with 4 different compositionality measures applied to the task of automatically determining semantic… Continue Reading
This research focuses on determining semantic compositionality of word expressions using word space models (WSMs). We discuss previous works employing WSMs and present differences in the proposed… Continue Reading
This paper is focused on semantic relations between Czech words. Knowledge of these relations is crucial in many research fields such as information retrieval, machine translation or document… Continue Reading
Any Natural Language Processing (NLP) system that does semantic processing relies on the assumption of semantic compositionality: the meaning of a compound is determined by the meaning of its parts… Continue Reading
This paper describes a research, experiments, and theoretical considerations leading towards automatic computational thesaurus construction based upon identification of synonyms in large sets of… Continue Reading