I presented a paper at ACL-SIGLEX99 mapping dictionary definitions
(http://www.clres.com/Comparison_of_Lexical_Resources.html), the methods
of which have been extended since. In addition, in my
question-answering system, there are several methods used for comparing
a question with potential answers, where (non-statistical) similarity is
important. I'll be putting up my TREC-9 paper (only an abstract now
available) shortly. This work integrates syntactic and semantic clues
(including a semantic network of a real dictionary and thesaurus).
Constantin Orasan wrote:
> Hello everybody.
> I would like to compute the similarity between two sentences. Could you
> indicate some work which proposes measures for this? I am particularly
> interested in methods which use, in addition to the words, some
> linguistic information attached to the words (e.g. PoS tags, WordNet
> senses, etc.).
> Thank you,
> Computational Linguistics Group
> University of Wolverhampton
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