We describe one approach to build an automatically trainable anaphora resolution system. In this approach, we use Japanese newspaper articles tagged with discourse information as training examples for a machine learning algorithm which employs the C4.5 decision tree algorithm by Quinlan (Quinlan, 1993). Then, we evaluate and compare the results of several variants of the machine learning-based approach with those of our existing anaphora resolution system which uses manually-designed knowledge sources.
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A quorum is establ ished when five members in a public company (two in the case of a private
company), or more, according to a company’s articles, are present at a meeting. If a quorum is
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Semantic feedback is an important source of information that a parser could use to deal with local ambiguities in syntax. However, it is difficult to devise a systematic communication mechanism for interactive syntax and semantics. In this article, I propose a variant of left-corner parsing to define the points at which syntax and semantics should interact, an account of grammatical relations and thematic roles to define the content of the communication, and a conflict resolution strategy based on independent preferences from syntax and semantics.
The qusstlun of how people resolve pronouns has the various factors combine. been of interest to language theorists for a long time because so much of what goes on when people find referents for pronouns seems to lie at the heart of comprehension.
Chapter 7 - The international legal environment: Playing by the rules. What you should learn from chapter 7: The four heritages of today’s legal systems, the important factors in the jurisdiction of legal disputes, the various methods of dispute resolution, the unique problems of protecting intellectual property rights internationally, how to protect against piracy and counterfeiting,...
This coaching toolkit contains a selection of forms, models and exercises,
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Mastering Business Negotiation is a handy resource for any leader or manager who needs practical strategies and ideas when conducting business negotiations. The authors — one a professor of Management and Human Resources at Ohio State University, the other a principal of a firm that specializes in training for leadership, conflict resolution and business strategy — base their conclusions on solid research and their many years of experience in the field.
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operations associated with managing a large local inventory of low-use print collections.
The European Commission contracted RAND Europe and the Trimbos Institute to analyse in detail the operation of the world market in illicit drugs and the policies aimed at curtailing it. This was in the context of the European Union’s Strategy on Drugs 20052012 which calls for evidence-based policies and in turn responds to the EU Resolution adopted by the UN’s Commission on Narcotic Drugs, calling for ‘… an objective, scientific, balanced and transparent assessment by Member States of the global progress achieved and of the difficulties encountered in...
In collaborative planning activities, since the agents are autonomous and heterogeneous, it is inevitable that conflicts arise in their beliefs during the planning process. In cases where such conflicts are relevant to the t~t~k at hand, the agents should engage in collaborative negotiation as an attempt to square away the discrepancies in their beliefs. This paper presents a computational strategy for detecting conflicts regarding proposed beliefs and for engaging in collaborative negotiation to resolve the conflicts that warrant resolution.
The Global status report on alcohol and health (2011) presents a comprehensive
perspective on the global, regional and country consumption of alcohol, patterns of
drinking, health consequences and policy responses in Member States. It represents a
continuing effort by the World Health Organization (WHO) to support Member States in
collecting information in order to assist them in their efforts to reduce the harmful use of
alcohol, and its health and social consequences.