We focus on a multimodal corpus made of three-party conversations and explore the question of whether mutual gaze events correspond to moments of repetition or non-repetition.
In this paper we explore the problem of machine reading comprehension, focusing on the BoolQ dataset of Yes/No questions.
This paper presents FASTFOOD, a rule-based Natural Language Generation Program for cooking recipes.
This paper surveys 60 English Machine Reading Comprehension datasets, with a view to providing a convenient resource for other researchers interested in this problem.
The task of Diachronic Word Sense Induction (DWSI) aims to identify the meaning of words from their context, taking the temporal dimension into account.
It has become commonplace for people to share their opinions about all kinds of products by posting reviews online.
This paper describes two systems for detecting Verbal Multiword Expressions (VMWEs) which both competed in the closed track at the PARSEME VMWE Shared Task 2018.
We describe the work of a team from the ADAPT Centre in Ireland in addressing automatic answer selection for the Multi-choice Question Answering in Examinations shared task.
A description of a system for identifying Verbal Multi-Word Expressions (VMWEs) in running text is presented.
Research into the stylistic properties of translations is an issue which has received some attention in computational stylistics.