Word Sense Disambiguation with Automatically Acquired Knowledge

  title={Word Sense Disambiguation with Automatically Acquired Knowledge},
  author={Ping Chen and Chris Bowes and Wei Ding and Max Choly},
  journal={IEEE Intelligent Systems},
This article describes an automatic word sense disambiguation method-determining which word sense fits in a given context-that makes the process feasible in practice. 
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