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A great deal of work has been done demonstrating the ability of machine learning algorithms to automatically extract linguistic knowledge from annotated corpora. Very little work has gone into quantifying the difference in ability at this task between a person and a machine. This paper is a first step in that direction.
For recently years the research of adaptation of computer education has been an important topic. Although Adaptive Educational Hypermedia Systems (AEHS) are different disciplines with IMS Learning Design (IMS LD), they have the same goal is to create the best possible environment for a learner to perform his/her learning activities in. How IMS LD addresses many requirements for computer based adaptation and personalized e-Learning is one of the main concerns for researcher in this field.
This contribution presents and evaluates a new learning environment model based on Web 2.0 applications. We assume that the technological change introduced by Web 2.0 tools has also caused a cultural change in terms of dealing with types of communication, knowledge and learning. The answers given by eLearning scholars who intend to use the creative options offered by Web 2.0 in institutional learning are summarised in the first part of the paper. In this theoretical overview we introduce the concepts of eLearning 2.
This paper presents an original approach to semi-supervised learning of personal name ethnicity from typed graphs of morphophonemic features and ﬁrst/last-name co-occurrence statistics. We frame this as a general solution to an inference problem over typed graphs where the edges represent labeled relations between features that are parameterized by the edge types. We propose a framework for parameter estimation on different constructions of typed graphs for this problem using a gradient-free optimization method based on grid search.
Among major categories of named entities (NEs, which in this paper refer to entity names, excluding the MUC time and numerical NEs), company and product names are often trademarked or uniquely registered, and hence less subject to name ambiguity. This paper focuses on cross-document disambiguation of person names. Previous research for cross-document name disambiguation applies vector space model (VSM) for context similarity, only using co-occurring words [Bagga & Baldwin 1998].
Named entity (NE) recognition is a task in which proper nouns and numerical information in a document are detected and classiﬁed into categories such as person, organization, location, and date. NE recognition plays an essential role in information extraction systems and question answering systems. It is well known that hand-crafted systems with a large set of heuristic rules are difﬁcult to maintain, and corpus-based statistical approaches are expected to be more robust and require less human intervention. ...
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