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Open Mind Common Sense: Knowledge Acquisition from the General Public
Open Mind Common Sense is a knowledge acquisition system designed to acquire commonsense knowledge from the general public over the web. We describe and evaluate our first fielded system, whichExpand
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No Noun Phrase Left Behind: Detecting and Typing Unlinkable Entities
Entity linking systems link noun-phrase mentions in text to their corresponding Wikipedia articles. However, NLP applications would gain from the ability to detect and type all entities mentioned inExpand
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Entity Linking at Web Scale
This paper investigates entity linking over millions of high-precision extractions from a corpus of 500 million Web documents, toward the goal of creating a useful knowledge base of general facts.Expand
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Active objects: actions for entity-centric search
We introduce an entity-centric search experience, called Active Objects, in which entity-bearing queries are paired with actions that can be performed on the entities. For example, given a query forExpand
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Mining Entity Types from Query Logs via User Intent Modeling
We predict entity type distributions in Web search queries via probabilistic inference in graphical models that capture how entity-bearing queries are generated. We jointly model the interplayExpand
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Identifying interesting assertions from the web
How can we cull the facts we need from the overwhelming mass of information and misinformation that is the Web? The TextRunner extraction engine represents one approach, in which people pose keywordExpand
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Identifying Functional Relations in Web Text
Determining whether a textual phrase denotes a functional relation (i.e., a relation that maps each domain element to a unique range element) is useful for numerous NLP tasks such as synonymExpand
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No search result left behind: branching behavior with browser tabs
Today's Web browsers allow users to open links in new windows or tabs. This action, which we call 'branching', is sometimes performed on search results when the user plans to eventually visitExpand
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Measuring WirelessHART against wired fieldbus for control
Wireless applications in process automation started in areas where wireless sensors provide rich process information to the automation systems. Shortly after WirelessHART became the internationalExpand
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Designing for FPGAs in the Cloud
<italic>Editor’s note:</italic> This article proposes a flow to provision FPGAs from a pool of cloud resources. The proposed flow can lead to more efficient sharing of limited FPGA resources byExpand
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