UNT: SubFinder: Combining Knowledge Sources for Automatic Lexical Substitution

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Abstract: This paper describes the University of North Texas SubFinder system. The system is able to provide the most likely set of substitutes for a word in a given context, by combining several techniques and knowledge sources. SubFinder has successfully participated in the best and out of ten (oot) tracks in the SEMEVAL lexical substitution task, consistently ranking in the first or second place.

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Creation Date: June 2007
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UNT College of Engineering
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Hassan, Samer

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Csomai, Andras

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Banea, Carmen

University of North Texas

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Sinha, Ravi

University of North Texas

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Mihalcea, Rada, 1974-

University of North Texas

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Place of Publication: [Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania]
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  • Creation: June 2007
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Abstract: This paper describes the University of North Texas SubFinder system. The system is able to provide the most likely set of substitutes for a word in a given context, by combining several techniques and knowledge sources. SubFinder has successfully participated in the best and out of ten (oot) tracks in the SEMEVAL lexical substitution task, consistently ranking in the first or second place.

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Keyword(s): SUBFINDER | lexical substitution | ranking methods | semantically similar words
Source: Fourth International Workshop on the Semantic Evaluations, 2007, Prague, Czech Republic
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