Simple Features for Chinese Word Sense Disambiguation

@inproceedings{Dang2002SimpleFF,
  title={Simple Features for Chinese Word Sense Disambiguation},
  author={Hoa Trang Dang and Ching-yi Chia and Martha Palmer and Fu-Dong Chiou},
  booktitle={COLING},
  year={2002}
}
In this paperwe reporton our experimentson automaticWord SenseDisambiguationusinga maximum entropy approachfor both EnglishandChineseverbs.We comparethedifficulty of thesensetaggingtasksin the two languagesand investigate the typesof contextual featuresthat areuseful for eachlanguage. Our experimentalresultssuggest that while richer linguistic featuresare useful for EnglishWSD,they maynotbeasbeneficialfor Chinese. 
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