Question-Answer Driven Semantic Role Labeling: Using Natural Language to Annotate Natural Language

@inproceedings{He2015QuestionAnswerDS,
  title={Question-Answer Driven Semantic Role Labeling: Using Natural Language to Annotate Natural Language},
  author={Luheng He and Mike Lewis and Luke S. Zettlemoyer},
  booktitle={EMNLP},
  year={2015}
}
This paper introduces the task of questionanswer driven semantic role labeling (QA-SRL), where question-answer pairs are used to represent predicate-argument structure. For example, the verb “introduce” in the previous sentence would be labeled with the questions “What is introduced?”, and “What introduces something?”, each paired with the phrase from the sentence that gives the correct answer. Posing the problem this way allows the questions themselves to define the set of possible roles… CONTINUE READING

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