Using Wiktionary as a resource for WSD : the case of French verbs

WS 2019 Vincent SegonneCMarie itoBeno{\^\i}t Crabb{\'e}

As opposed to word sense induction, word sense disambiguation (WSD) has the advantage of us-ing interpretable senses, but requires annotated data, which are quite rare for most languages except English (Miller et al. 1993; Fellbaum, 1998). In this paper, we investigate which strategy to adopt to achieve WSD for languages lacking data that was annotated specifically for the task, focusing on the particular case of verb disambiguation in French... (read more)

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