Methods for open information extraction and sense disambiguation on natural language text

@inproceedings{Corro2015MethodsFO,
  title={Methods for open information extraction and sense disambiguation on natural language text},
  author={Luciano Del Corro},
  year={2015}
}
Natural language text has been the main and most comprehensive way of expressing and storing knowledge. A long standing goal in computer science is to develop systems that automatically understand textual data, making this knowledge accessible to computers and humans alike. We conceive automatic text understanding as a bottom-up approach, in which a series of interleaved tasks build upon each other. Each task achieves more understanding over the text than the previous one. In this regard, we… CONTINUE READING

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