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ARKref: a rule-based coreference resolution system

  title={ARKref: a rule-based coreference resolution system},
  author={Brendan T. O'Connor and Michael Heilman},
ARKref is a tool for noun phrase coreference. It is a deterministic, rule-based system that uses syntactic information from a constituent parser, and semantic information from an entity recognition component. Its architecture is based on the work of Haghighi and Klein (2009). ARKref was originally written in 2009. At the time of writing, the last released version was in March 2011. This document describes that version, which is open-source and publicly available at: this http URL 
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  • D. Ch, S. Saha
  • Computer Science
  • Education and Information Technologies
  • 2018


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