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Lexical Semantic Recognition

  title={Lexical Semantic Recognition},
  author={Nelson F. Liu and Daniel Hershcovich and Michael Kranzlein and Nathan Schneider},
  • Nelson F. Liu, Daniel Hershcovich, +1 author Nathan Schneider
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • Segmentation and (segment) labeling are generally treated separately in lexical semantics, raising issues due to their close inter-dependence and necessitating joint annotation. We therefore investigate the lexical semantic recognition task of multiword expression segmentation and supersense disambiguation, unifying several previously-disparate styles of lexical semantic annotation. We evaluate a neural CRF model along all annotation axes available in version 4.3 of the STREUSLE corpus: lexical… CONTINUE READING

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