Knowledge-based Word Sense Disambiguation using Topic Models

5 Jan 2018Devendra Singh ChaplotRuslan Salakhutdinov

Word Sense Disambiguation is an open problem in Natural Language Processing which is particularly challenging and useful in the unsupervised setting where all the words in any given text need to be disambiguated without using any labeled data. Typically WSD systems use the sentence or a small window of words around the target word as the context for disambiguation because their computational complexity scales exponentially with the size of the context... (read more)

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TASK DATASET MODEL METRIC NAME METRIC VALUE GLOBAL RANK RESULT BENCHMARK
Word Sense Disambiguation Knowledge-based: WSD-TM All 66.9 # 1
Senseval 2 **69.0** # 5
Senseval 3 **66.9** # 5
SemEval 2007 **55.6** # 5
SemEval 2013 65.3 # 2
SemEval 2015 69.6 # 1

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