Word Sense Disambiguation-based Sentence Similarity

  title={Word Sense Disambiguation-based Sentence Similarity},
  author={ChukFong Ho and Masrah Azrifah Azmi Murad and Rabiah Abdul Kadir and Shyamala C. Doraisamy},
Previous works tend to compute the similarity between two sentences based on the comparison of their nearest meanings. However, the nearest meanings do not always represent their actual meanings. This paper presents a method which computes the similarity between two sentences based on a comparison of their actual meanings. This is achieved by transforming an existing most-outstanding corpus-based measure into a knowledge-based measure, which is then integrated with word sense disambiguation… CONTINUE READING
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