Web-Mining Defeasible Knowledge from Concessional Statements

@inproceedings{Petrova2016WebMiningDK,
  title={Web-Mining Defeasible Knowledge from Concessional Statements},
  author={Alina Petrova and Sebastian Rudolph},
  booktitle={ICCS},
  year={2016}
}
Mining common-sense knowledge is a vital problem of artificial intelligence that forms the basis of various tasks, from information retrieval to robotics. There have been numerous initiatives to mine common-sense facts from unstructured data, more specifically, from Web texts. However, common-sense knowledge is typically not explicitly stated in the text, as it is considered to be obvious, self-evident, and thus shared between writer and reader. We argue that certain types of defeasible common… CONTINUE READING
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