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JOURNAL OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE RESEARCH, ISSN 1076-9757, 2019, Volume 66, pp. 341 - 380
Time is deeply woven into how people perceive, and communicate about the world. Almost unconsciously, we provide our language utterances with temporal cues,... 
EXPRESSIONS | INFERENCE | ANNOTATION | COMPUTER SCIENCE, ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
Journal Article
The Prague Bulletin of Mathematical Linguistics, ISSN 1804-0462, 04/2016, Volume 105, Issue 1, pp. 111 - 142
In this paper we present a novel approach to minimally supervised synonym extraction. The approach is based on the word embeddings and aims at presenting a... 
Synonyms | Extraction | Mathematical models | Computational linguistics | Similarity | Machine translation
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08/2018
The current leading paradigm for temporal information extraction from text consists of three phases: (1) recognition of events and temporal expressions, (2)... 
Computer Science - Computation and Language
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08/2018
Unsupervised pre-trained word embeddings are used effectively for many tasks in natural language processing to leverage unlabeled textual data. Often these... 
Computer Science - Computation and Language
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Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (Subseries of Lecture Notes in Computer Science), ISSN 0302-9743, 2015, Volume 9113, pp. 153 - 168
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01/2020
The correct use of Dutch pronouns 'die' and 'dat' is a stumbling block for both native and non-native speakers of Dutch due to the multiplicity of syntactic... 
Computer Science - Computation and Language
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SemEval 2016 - 10th International Workshop on Semantic Evaluation, Proceedings, 2016, pp. 1280 - 1285
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