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Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n disambiguation clarification that follows from the removal of ambiguity
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Usage


In news:

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Word sense disambiguation (WSD) has been a long-standing research objective for natural language processing.
Currently most word sense disambiguation (WSD) systems are relatively individual word sense experts.
Most word sense disambiguation (WSD) methods require large quantities of manually annotated training data and/or do not exploit fully the semantic relations of thesauri.
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In science:

Two experiments on this controversial issue are reported. (cid:15) Writing and testing a disambiguation grammar. { Because there is no rule order in the grammar, the e(cid:11)ects of each constraint are easy to observe.
Three studies of grammar-based surface-syntactic parsing of unrestricted English text. A summary and orientation
This (cid:13)exibility makes it possible to state grammatical generalisations in enough detail to make for a relatively accurate parsing grammar. { Writing a disambiguation grammar for all varieties of the language at once is impracticable.
Three studies of grammar-based surface-syntactic parsing of unrestricted English text. A summary and orientation
The current English disambiguator avoids making risky predictions; rather, an ambiguity is left pending.
Three studies of grammar-based surface-syntactic parsing of unrestricted English text. A summary and orientation
For instance, the representation of ambiguities only at the word level compromises the disambiguator's accuracy. .
Three studies of grammar-based surface-syntactic parsing of unrestricted English text. A summary and orientation
Morphological or part-of-speech disambiguation appears to be essentially syntactic.
Three studies of grammar-based surface-syntactic parsing of unrestricted English text. A summary and orientation
At least .% of all words retain the contextually most appropriate morphological reading after morphological disambiguation. { There is also an optionally applicable heuristic grammar of  constraints that resolves about half of the remaining ambiguities { % reliably.
Three studies of grammar-based surface-syntactic parsing of unrestricted English text. A summary and orientation
After the (cid:12)rst round of disambiguation, .% of all words remained ambiguous due to part of speech. .
Three studies of grammar-based surface-syntactic parsing of unrestricted English text. A summary and orientation
Applying the noun groups to the text made it possible to resolve almost % of those ambiguities that survived the ENGCG disambiguator during the (cid:12)rst round. .
Three studies of grammar-based surface-syntactic parsing of unrestricted English text. A summary and orientation
Resolution of morphological ambiguity: morphological disambiguation .
Three studies of grammar-based surface-syntactic parsing of unrestricted English text. A summary and orientation
Resolution of syntactic ambiguity: syntactic disambiguation (cid:15) The morphological disambiguator leaves the correct reading to .{% of all word-form tokens in running text, while {% of all words remain partly ambiguous.
Three studies of grammar-based surface-syntactic parsing of unrestricted English text. A summary and orientation
First, the text was analysed using the ENGCG morphological disambiguator.
Three studies of grammar-based surface-syntactic parsing of unrestricted English text. A summary and orientation
Relatively little is told about the signi(cid:12)cance of the present work to the (cid:12)eld at large; this is especially true about Morphological disambiguation and Experiments with heuristics, both chapters in a book where most of the general orientation is provided by Karlsson [ ].
Three studies of grammar-based surface-syntactic parsing of unrestricted English text. A summary and orientation
Morphological disambiguation is mainly concerned with this thesis.
Three studies of grammar-based surface-syntactic parsing of unrestricted English text. A summary and orientation
The problem addressed in this paper is rule-based morphological or part-of-speech disambiguation of English.
Three studies of grammar-based surface-syntactic parsing of unrestricted English text. A summary and orientation
Lexical likelihoods are more reliable that contextual likelihoods; therefore context contributes less (to part-of-speech disambiguation) than lexical likelihoods.
Three studies of grammar-based surface-syntactic parsing of unrestricted English text. A summary and orientation
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