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An insight from formal semantics is applied to distributional semantics by building verb vectors and tensors that do take into account argument information asso- ciated with verbs. Four different argument combination models are presented and used to augment the verb vectors in two different conjunctive and disjunctive ways. The resulting representa...
Distributional models of natural language use vectors to provide a contextual foundation for meaning representation. These models rely on large quantities of real data, such as corpora of documents, and have found applications in natural language tasks, such as word similarity, disambiguation, indexing, and search. Compositional distributional mode...
The creation of compelling visualisation paradigms is a craft often dominated by intuition and issues of aesthetics, with relatively few models to support good design. The majority of problem cases are approached by simply applying a previously evaluated visualisation technique. A large body of work exists covering the individual aspects of visuali...
Ontology evolution is one of the key problems facing ontology users today. Adapting ontologies to meet new requirements involves understanding various sections of ontologies and the changes made thereafter. Currently, a large amount of research has been undertaken in automatic change detection and change effects, however the process is far from aut...