A simple system for detecting non-entailment

@inproceedings{Breck2009ASS,
  title={A simple system for detecting non-entailment},
  author={Eric Breck},
  booktitle={TAC},
  year={2009}
}
In order for a text to entail a hypothesis, the text usually must mention all of the information in the hypothesis. We use this observation as a basis for a simple system for detecting non-entailment. Unlike many previous lexically-based systems, we do not measure the degree of overlap or similarity, and we do no machine learning. This simple system performs well on the Recognizing Textual Entailment (RTE) evaluation. 

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