RELLY: Inferring Hypernym Relationships Between Relational Phrases

Abstract

Relational phrases (e.g., “got married to”) and their hypernyms (e.g., “is a relative of”) are central for many tasks including question answering, open information extraction, paraphrasing, and entailment detection. This has motivated the development of several linguistic resources (e.g. DIRT, PATTY, and WiseNet) which systematically collect and organize… (More)

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@inproceedings{Grycner2015RELLYIH, title={RELLY: Inferring Hypernym Relationships Between Relational Phrases}, author={Adam Grycner and Gerhard Weikum and Jay Pujara and James R. Foulds and Lise Getoor}, booktitle={EMNLP}, year={2015} }