Inference of Fine-Grained Event Causality from Blogs and Films

WS 2017 Zhichao HuElahe RahimtoroghiMarilyn A Walker

Human understanding of narrative is mainly driven by reasoning about causal relations between events and thus recognizing them is a key capability for computational models of language understanding. Computational work in this area has approached this via two different routes: by focusing on acquiring a knowledge base of common causal relations between events, or by attempting to understand a particular story or macro-event, along with its storyline... (read more)

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