Information about the meanings of terms in context supports useful inferences in a variety of language processing and information retrieval tasks. We hypothesize that much of that information can be derived from explicit and implicit relationships between terms in the masses Web content and user interactions with that content. I will describe initial tests of that hypothesis where we use graph label- propagation methods to combine many small pieces of evidence from unstructured and semi-structured Web text to bootstrap broad-coverage instance-class relationships from a few seed examples.
Date: 2010-Jul-19 Time: 15:00:00 Room: Room FA1 – Pavilhão de Informática I (IST)
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INESC-ID ESR Talks – February 2023
If you are a masters/PhD student or a postdoctoral fellow, come and present your work in an informal and friendly environment – and savour some tasty snacks!
Individual talks will be 10-15 minutes plus time for feedback. Enroll on your selected date by emailing pedro.ferreira[at]inesc-id.pt.
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- 15 February (Alves Redol, Room 9)
- 15 March (Alves Redol, Room 9)
- 12 April (Alves Redol, Room 9)
- 10 May (Alves Redol, Room 9)
- 14 June (Alves Redol, Room 9)
- 12 July (Alves Redol, Room 9)
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