Syn-QG: Syntactic and Shallow Semantic Rules for Question Generation

@article{Dhole2020SynQGSA,
  title={Syn-QG: Syntactic and Shallow Semantic Rules for Question Generation},
  author={Kaustubh D. Dhole and Christopher D. Manning},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2004.08694}
}
Question Generation (QG) is fundamentally a simple syntactic transformation; however, many aspects of semantics influence what questions are good to form. We implement this observation by developing Syn-QG, a set of transparent syntactic rules leveraging universal dependencies, shallow semantic parsing, lexical resources, and custom rules which transform declarative sentences into question-answer pairs. We utilize PropBank argument descriptions and VerbNet state predicates to incorporate… Expand

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