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Modal Sense Classification At Large: Paraphrase-Driven Sense Projection, Semantically Enriched Classification Models and Cross-Genre Evaluations

@article{Marasovi2016ModalSC,
  title={Modal Sense Classification At Large: Paraphrase-Driven Sense Projection, Semantically Enriched Classification Models and Cross-Genre Evaluations},
  author={Ana Marasovi{\'c} and Mengfei Zou and Alexis Palmer and A. Frank},
  journal={Linguistic Issues in Language Technology},
  year={2016},
  volume={14}
}
  • Ana Marasović, Mengfei Zou, +1 author A. Frank
  • Published 2016
  • Computer Science
  • Linguistic Issues in Language Technology
  • Modal verbs have different interpretations depending on their context. Their sense categories – epistemic, deontic and dynamic – provide important dimensions of meaning for the interpretation of discourse. Previous work on modal sense classification achieved relatively high performance using shallow lexical and syntactic features drawn from small-size annotated corpora. Due to the restricted empirical basis, it is difficult to assess the particular difficulties of modal sense classification and… CONTINUE READING

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