Automatically Ordering Events and Times in Text by Leon R.A. Derczynski

By Leon R.A. Derczynski

The ebook bargains an in depth consultant to temporal ordering, exploring open difficulties within the box and delivering suggestions and huge research. It addresses the problem of instantly ordering occasions and instances in textual content. Aided by means of TimeML, it additionally describes and offers techniques with regards to time in easy-to-compute phrases. figuring out the order that occasions and occasions take place has confirmed tough for pcs, because the language used to debate time could be obscure and intricate. Mapping out those options for a computational method, which doesn't have its personal inherent concept of time, is, unsurprisingly, difficult. fixing this challenge permits robust platforms which can plan, cause approximately occasions, and build tales in their personal accord, in addition to comprehend the advanced narratives that people convey and understand so clearly.

This ebook offers a concept and data-driven research of temporal ordering, resulting in the identity of precisely what's tricky concerning the activity. It then proposes and evaluates machine-learning strategies for the most important difficulties.

It is a worthy source for these operating in laptop studying for ordinary language processing in addition to a person learning time in language, or interested in annotating the constitution of time in documents.

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The following chapter will cover the next step: temporal relations between intervals. References 1. : Temporal ontology and temporal reference. Comput. Linguist. 14(2), 15–28 (1988) 2. : Learning event durations from event descriptions. In: Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Computational Linguistics and the 44th annual meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, pp. 393–400. Association for Computational Linguistics (2006) 3. : Using query pattens to learn the duration of events.

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