Nicolai Erbs, Iryna Gurevych, and Torsten Zesch:
Sense and Similarity: A Study of Sense-level Similarity Measures
In: In Proceedings of the 3rd Joint Conference on Lexical and Computational Semantics (*SEM 2014), pages (to appear), August 2014, Dublin, Irland.
The following datasets with annotations are used:
- Ambiguous word and sense annotations
- RG65 sense-level rerating study
- RG65 sense-level rerating study: serialized study files
- No sense inventory (upon request)
- Wikipedia (upon request)
- WordNet (upon request)
The software used in this paper:
- Annotation Tool (viewing, editing, generating, and processing the annotations)
In case you experience any problems with the software, please refer to this tutorial in order to get required dependencies.
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