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The interaction of knowledge sources in word sense disambiguation

By M. Stevenson and Y. Wilks

Abstract

Word sense disambiguation (WSD) is a computational linguistics task likely to benefit from the tradition of combining different knowledge sources in artificial in telligence research. An important step in the exploration of this hypothesis is to determine which linguistic knowledge sources are most useful and whether their combination leads to improved results.\ud \ud We present a sense tagger which uses several knowledge sources. Tested accuracy exceeds 94% on our evaluation corpus.Our system attempts to disambiguate all content words in running text rather than limiting itself to treating a restricted vocabulary of words. It is argued that this approach is more likely to assist the creation of practical systems

Publisher: MIT Press
Year: 2001
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.whiterose.ac.uk:1460

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