Learning event representation: As sparse as possible, but not sparser

2 Oct 2017 Tuan Do James Pustejovsky

Selecting an optimal event representation is essential for event classification in real world contexts. In this paper, we investigate the application of qualitative spatial reasoning (QSR) frameworks for classification of human-object interaction in three dimensional space, in comparison with the use of quantitative feature extraction approaches for the same purpose... (read more)

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