Word sense disambiguation in queries

  title={Word sense disambiguation in queries},
  author={Shuang Liu and Clement T. Yu and Weiyi Meng},
This paper presents a new approach to determine the senses of words in queries by using WordNet. In our approach, noun phrases in a query are determined first. For each word in the query, information associated with it, including its synonyms, hyponyms, hypernyms, definitions of its synonyms and hyponyms, and its domains, can be used for word sense disambiguation. By comparing these pieces of information associated with the words which form a phrase, it may be possible to assign senses to these… CONTINUE READING
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