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Scientific Literature Retrieval based on Terminological Paraphrases using Predicate Argument Tuple

@inproceedings{Choi2012ScienticLR,
  title={Scientific Literature Retrieval based on Terminological Paraphrases using Predicate Argument Tuple},
  author={Sung-Pil Choi and Sa-kwang Song and Hanmin Jung and Michaela Geierhos and Sung-Hyon Myaeng},
  year={2012}
}
The conceptual condensability of technical terms permits us to use them as effective queries to search scientific databases. However, authors often employ alternative expressions to represent the meanings of specific terms, in other words, Terminological Paraphrases (TPs) in the literature for certain reasons. In this paper, we propose an effective way to retrieve “de facto relevance documents” which only contain those TPs and cannot be searched by conventional models in an environment with… 

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