Specifying and Annotating Reduced Argument Span Via QA-SRL

  title={Specifying and Annotating Reduced Argument Span Via QA-SRL},
  author={Gabriel Stanovsky and Ido Dagan and Meni Adler},
Prominent semantic annotations take an inclusive approach to argument span annotation, marking arguments as full constituency subtrees. Some works, however, showed that identifying a reduced argument span can be beneficial for various semantic tasks. While certain practical methods do extract reduced argument spans, such as in Open-IE , these solutions are often ad-hoc and system-dependent, with no commonly accepted standards. In this paper we propose a generic argument reduction criterion… 

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