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New Perspectives on Computational and Cognitive Strategies for Word Sense Disambiguation (SpringerBriefs in Speech Technology)

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Cognitive and Computational Strategies for Word Sense Disambiguation examines cognitive strategies by humans and computational strategies by machines, for WSD in parallel. 

Focusing on a psychologically valid property of words and senses, author Oi Yee Kwong discusses their concreteness or abstractness and draws on psycholinguistic data to examine the extent to which existing lexical resources resemble the mental lexicon as far as the concreteness distinction is concerned. The text also investigates the contribution of different knowledge sources to WSD in relation to this very intrinsic nature of words and senses. 
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9781461413196
ISBN-10: 1461413192
Pagini: 115
Ilustrații: XIII, 105 p. 6 illus.
Dimensiuni: 155 x 235 x 18 mm
Greutate: 0.2 kg
Ediția: 2012
Editura: Springer
Colecția Springer
Seria SpringerBriefs in Speech Technology

Locul publicării: New York, NY, United States

Public țintă

Research

Cuprins

Word Senses and Problem Definition.- Methods for Automatic WSD.- Lessons Learned from Evaluation.- The Psychology of WSD.- Sense Concreteness and Lexical Activation.- Lexical Sensitivity of WSD: An Outlook.

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Cognitive and Computational Strategies for Word Sense Disambiguation examines cognitive strategies by humans and computational strategies by machines, for WSD in parallel. 

Focusing on a psychologically valid property of words and senses, author Oi Yee Kwong discusses their concreteness or abstractness and draws on psycholinguistic data to examine the extent to which existing lexical resources resemble the mental lexicon as far as the concreteness distinction is concerned. The text also investigates the contribution of different knowledge sources to WSD in relation to this very intrinsic nature of words and senses.

Caracteristici

Addresses the cognitive and computational models of WSD in parallel for their mutual validation and advancement
Informs lexical resource construction, suggesting additional sense organization with psycholinguistic evidence
Explores potential for synergy of computer science and psychology for improving WSD in natural language applications