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Digital Intuition: Applying Common Sense Using Dimensionality Reduction
Found in: IEEE Intelligent Systems
By Catherine Havasi, Robert Speer, James Pustejovsky, Henry Lieberman
Issue Date:July 2009
pp. 24-35
Understanding the world we live in requires access to a large amount of background knowledge: the commonsense knowledge that most people have and most computer systems don't. Many of the limitations of artificial intelligence today relate to the problem of...
 
Time and the Semantic Web
Found in: Temporal Representation and Reasoning, International Syposium on
By James Pustejovsky
Issue Date:June 2005
pp. 5-8
In this paper, we discuss the role that temporal information plays in natural language text, specifically in the context of enriching the semantics of web texts and web interactions. We present a language, TimeML, which attempts to capture the richness of ...
 
Characterizing Communities of Practice in Emerging Science and Technology Fields
Found in: 2013 International Conference on Social Intelligence and Technology (SOCIETY)
By Olga Babko-Malaya,Daniel Hunter,Gregory Amis,Patrick Thomas,Adam Meyers,James Pustejovsky,Marc Verhagen
Issue Date:May 2013
pp. 37-46
Emerging fields in science and technology are of great interest to innovation researchers, but such fields are often difficult to identify and characterize. This paper outlines a system for identifying a key element of emerging fields: their community of p...
 
Modeling Debate within a Scientific Community
Found in: 2013 International Conference on Social Intelligence and Technology (SOCIETY)
By Olga Babko-Malaya,Adam Meyers,James Pustejovsky,Marc Verhagen
Issue Date:May 2013
pp. 57-63
There is growing interest in automating the detection and tracking of new and significant developments in science and technology, as they emerge within a given community. A significant component of detecting such patterns of emergence is identifying the pr...
 
Multilingual Verification of the Annotation Scheme ISO-Space
Found in: International Conference on Semantic Computing
By Kiyong Lee,Alex C. Fang,James Pustejovsky
Issue Date:September 2011
pp. 449-458
ISO-Space ([1], [2]) is an emerging annotation scheme for spatial information in language. The purpose of this paper is to verify its descriptive adequacy and semantic transparency for multilingual application. As a starting point, the present verification...
 
Modular Semantic Tagging of Medline Abstracts and Its Use in Inferring Regulatory Networks
Found in: International Conference on Semantic Computing
By Marc Verhagen,James Pustejovsky,Ronald Taylor,Antonio Sanfilippo
Issue Date:September 2011
pp. 498-505
We describe Meds tract Plus, a resource for mining relations from the Medline bibliographic database that is currently under construction. It was built on the remains of Meds tract, a previously created resource that included a bio-relation server and an a...
 
Determining Modality and Factuality for Text Entailment
Found in: International Conference on Semantic Computing
By Roser Saurf, James Pustejovsky
Issue Date:September 2007
pp. 509-516
Recognizing textual entailment (TE) is a complex task involving knowledge from many different sources. One major source of information in this task is event factuality, since the inferences derivable from factual eventualities are different from those judg...
 
Introduction to the special issue on temporal information processing
Found in: ACM Transactions on Asian Language Information Processing (TALIP)
By Beth Sundheim, Inderjeet Mani, James Pustejovsky
Issue Date:March 2004
pp. 1-10
Time is a key dimension of our information space, with many applications standing to benefit from exploiting it. This special issue is devoted to temporal information processing for natural language as well as temporal reasoning. We begin by describing som...
     
The role of lexicons in natural language processing
Found in: Communications of the ACM
By Brian M. Slator, James Pustejovsky, Louise Guthrie, Yorick Wilks
Issue Date:January 1988
pp. 63-72
The online Risks Forum has long been a hotbed for discussions of the relative merits of openness relating to the dissemination of knowledge about security vulnerabilities. The debate has now been rekindled, and is summarized here.
     
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