Search Results for author: Patrick Saint-Dizier

Found 12 papers, 0 papers with code

LELIO: An Auto-Adaptative System to Acquire Domain Lexical Knowledge in Technical Texts

no code implementations LREC 2016 Patrick Saint-Dizier

In this paper, we investigate some language acquisition facets of an auto-adaptative system that can automatically acquire most of the relevant lexical knowledge and authoring practices for an application in a given domain.

Language Acquisition

Argument Mining: the Bottleneck of Knowledge and Language Resources

no code implementations LREC 2016 Patrick Saint-Dizier

In this paper, corpus annotation for argument mining is first developed, then we show how the generative lexicon approach must be adapted and how it can be paired with language processing patterns to extract and specify the nature of arguments.

Argument Mining

Error Typology and Remediation Strategies for Requirements Written in English by Non-Native Speakers

no code implementations LREC 2016 Marie Garnier, Patrick Saint-Dizier

For international industries based in non-English speaking countries, the professionals in charge of writing requirements are often non-native speakers of English, who rarely receive adequate training in the use of English for this task.


A Model for Processing Illocutionary Structures and Argumentation in Debates

no code implementations LREC 2014 Kasia Budzynska, Mathilde Janier, Chris Reed, Patrick Saint-Dizier, Manfred Stede, Olena Yakorska

In this paper, we briefly present the objectives of Inference Anchoring Theory (IAT) and the formal structure which is proposed for dialogues.

A Repository of Rules and Lexical Resources for Discourse Structure Analysis: the Case of Explanation Structures

no code implementations LREC 2012 Sarah Bourse, Patrick Saint-Dizier

In this paper, we present an analysis method, a set of rules, lexical resources dedicated to discourse relation identification, in particular for explanation analysis.

Text Generation

DISLOG: A logic-based language for processing discourse structures

no code implementations LREC 2012 Patrick Saint-Dizier

In this paper, we present the foundations and the properties of the DISLOG language, a logic-based language designed to describe and implement discourse structure analysis.

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