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A system that can produce informative summaries, highlighting common information found in many online documents, will help Web users to pinpoint information that they need without extensive reading. In this article, we introduce sentence fusion, a novel text-to-text generation technique for...
We present a methodology for extracting subcategorization frames based on an automatic lexical-functional grammar (LFG) f-structure annotation algorithm for the Penn-II and Penn-III Treebanks. We extract syntactic-function-based subcategorization frames (LFG semantic forms) and traditional CFG...
Agreement statistics play an important role in the evaluation of coding schemes for discourse and dialogue. Unfortunately there is a lack of understanding regarding appropriate agreement measures and how their results should be interpreted. In this article we describe the role of agreement...
We compare two ways of obtaining lexical knowledge for antecedent selection in other-anaphora and definite noun phrase coreference. Specifically, we compare an algorithm that relies on links encoded in the manually created lexical hierarchy WordNet and an algorithm that mines corpora by means of...
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