An Evidential Reasoning Approach to Weighted Combination of Classifiers for Word Sense Disambiguation

@inproceedings{Le2005AnER,
  title={An Evidential Reasoning Approach to Weighted Combination of Classifiers for Word Sense Disambiguation},
  author={Cuong Anh Le and Van-Nam Huynh and Akira Shimazu},
  booktitle={MLDM},
  year={2005}
}
Arguing that various ways of using context in word sense disambiguation (WSD) can be considered as distinct representations of a polysemous word, a theoretical framework for the weighted combination of soft decisions generated by experts employing these distinct representations is proposed in this paper. Essentially, this approach is based on the Dempster-Shafer theory of evidence. By taking the confidence of individual classifiers into account, a general rule of weighted combination for… 

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