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International Standard for a Linguistic Annotation Framework
Laurent Romary,Nancy Ide
Computer Science , 2007,
Abstract: This paper describes the Linguistic Annotation Framework under development within ISO TC37 SC4 WG1. The Linguistic Annotation Framework is intended to serve as a basis for harmonizing existing language resources as well as developing new ones.
Standards for Language Resources
Nancy Ide,Laurent Romary
Computer Science , 2009,
Abstract: The goal of this paper is two-fold: to present an abstract data model for linguistic annotations and its implementation using XML, RDF and related standards; and to outline the work of a newly formed committee of the International Standards Organization (ISO), ISO/TC 37/SC 4 Language Resource Management, which will use this work as its starting point.
Standards for Language Resources
Nancy Ide,Laurent Romary
Computer Science , 2009,
Abstract: This paper presents an abstract data model for linguistic annotations and its implementation using XML, RDF and related standards; and to outline the work of a newly formed committee of the International Standards Organization (ISO), ISO/TC 37/SC 4 Language Resource Management, which will use this work as its starting point. The primary motive for presenting the latter is to solicit the participation of members of the research community to contribute to the work of the committee.
Fine-Grained Word Sense Disambiguation Based on Parallel Corpora, Word Alignment, Word Clustering and Aligned Wordnets
Dan Tufis,Radu Ion,Nancy Ide
Computer Science , 2005,
Abstract: The paper presents a method for word sense disambiguation based on parallel corpora. The method exploits recent advances in word alignment and word clustering based on automatic extraction of translation equivalents and being supported by available aligned wordnets for the languages in the corpus. The wordnets are aligned to the Princeton Wordnet, according to the principles established by EuroWordNet. The evaluation of the WSD system, implementing the method described herein showed very encouraging results. The same system used in a validation mode, can be used to check and spot alignment errors in multilingually aligned wordnets as BalkaNet and EuroWordNet.
A Formal Model of Dictionary Structure and Content
Laurent Romary,Nancy Ide,Adam Kilgarriff
Computer Science , 2007,
Abstract: We show that a general model of lexical information conforms to an abstract model that reflects the hierarchy of information found in a typical dictionary entry. We show that this model can be mapped into a well-formed XML document, and how the XSL transformation language can be used to implement a semantics defined over the abstract model to enable extraction and manipulation of the information in any format.
A Common XML-based Framework for Syntactic Annotations
Nancy Ide,Laurent Romary,Tomaz Erjavec
Computer Science , 2009,
Abstract: It is widely recognized that the proliferation of annotation schemes runs counter to the need to re-use language resources, and that standards for linguistic annotation are becoming increasingly mandatory. To answer this need, we have developed a framework comprised of an abstract model for a variety of different annotation types (e.g., morpho-syntactic tagging, syntactic annotation, co-reference annotation, etc.), which can be instantiated in different ways depending on the annotator's approach and goals. In this paper we provide an overview of the framework, demonstrate its applicability to syntactic annotation, and show how it can contribute to comparative evaluation of parser output and diverse syntactic annotation schemes.
Marking-up multiple views of a Text: Discourse and Reference
Dan Cristea,Nancy Ide,Laurent Romary
Computer Science , 2009,
Abstract: We describe an encoding scheme for discourse structure and reference, based on the TEI Guidelines and the recommendations of the Corpus Encoding Specification (CES). A central feature of the scheme is a CES-based data architecture enabling the encoding of and access to multiple views of a marked-up document. We describe a tool architecture that supports the encoding scheme, and then show how we have used the encoding scheme and the tools to perform a discourse analytic task in support of a model of global discourse cohesion called Veins Theory (Cristea & Ide, 1998).
A Nonstationary Halley’s Iteration Method by Using Divided Differences Formula  [PDF]
Nasr Al Din Ide
Applied Mathematics (AM) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/am.2012.32026
Abstract: This paper presents a new nonstationary iterative method for solving non linear algebraic equations that does not require the use of any derivative. The study uses only the Newton’s divided differences of first and second orders instead of the derivatives of (1).
Dynamic Rupture Propagation Modeling
Satoshi Ide
Scientific Drilling , 2007, DOI: 10.2204/iodp.sd.s01.05.2007
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Local subgraph structure can cause localization in continuous-time quantum walk
Yusuke Ide
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: In this paper, we consider continuous-time quantum walks (CTQWs) on finite graphs determined by the Laplacian matrices. By introducing fully interconnected graph decomposition of given graphs, we show a decomposition method for the Laplacian matrices. Using the decomposition method, we show several conditions for graph structure which return probability of CTQW tends to 1 while the number of vertices tends to infinity.
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