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Identifying Functional Relations in Web Text

  title={Identifying Functional Relations in Web Text},
  author={Thomas Lin and Mausam and Oren Etzioni},
  • Thomas Lin, Mausam, Oren Etzioni
  • Published in EMNLP 2010
  • Computer Science
  • 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 synonym resolution and contradiction detection. Previous work on this problem has relied on either counting methods or lexico-syntactic patterns. However, determining whether a relation is functional, by analyzing mentions of the relation in a corpus, is challenging due to ambiguity, synonymy, anaphora, and other… CONTINUE READING
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