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The English all-words task

@inproceedings{Snyder2004TheEA,
  title={The English all-words task},
  author={Benjamin Snyder and Martha Palmer},
  booktitle={SENSEVAL@ACL},
  year={2004}
}
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The experience in preparing the lexicon and sense-tagged corpora used in the English all-words and lexical sample tasks of Senseval-2 is described. Expand
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