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courses:rg:beyond-nombank [2010/10/14 15:27]
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courses:rg:beyond-nombank [2010/10/14 19:49] (current)
popel comments to the presented paper
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   * Note that word "​case"​ has in linguistics two meanings (not speaking of "test case" meaning): a) **morphological case**, i.g. nominative, genitive, dative and b) **semantic case** aka theta role, thematic case, deep case. We think that the second paragraph of section 2 (case-marked expressions in Japanese) speaks about a), although Charles Fillmore is mentioned in the next paragraph.   * Note that word "​case"​ has in linguistics two meanings (not speaking of "test case" meaning): a) **morphological case**, i.g. nominative, genitive, dative and b) **semantic case** aka theta role, thematic case, deep case. We think that the second paragraph of section 2 (case-marked expressions in Japanese) speaks about a), although Charles Fillmore is mentioned in the next paragraph.
  
-  * To be continued...+  * Section 3.1 states that "We limited our attention to nominal predicates with unambiguous role sets". At first glance, I considered this as too restricting given that most frequent predicates are ambiguous. Now, I have discovered that just 595 out of 4705 predicates in NomBank are considered ambiguous (e.g. way.01="​ability-with-agent/​attribute",​ way.02="​path",​ way.03="​issue",​... way.13="​idiom/​nomadvlike-backward"​). Well,...
  
-Comments by  --- //​[[popel@ufal.mff.cuni.cz|Martin Popel]] 2010/10/14 14:38//+  * The description of feature 10 in Table 2 ("Head word of //​p//'​s right sibling node") is unclear. First, according to examples //​price:​drop//​ and //​price:​index//,​ there is missing "//​p//:"​ in the description. Second, what does "Head word of //​p//'​s right sibling node" mean? We thought, siblings should have same head word.  
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 +===== What do we like about the paper ===== 
 + 
 +  * clever way of exploiting coreference chains 
 +  * [[http://​links.cse.msu.edu:​8000/​lair/​projects/​semanticrole.html|link]] to annotations and the data needed to replicate the experimets 
 +  * considering IAA (inter annotator agreement) and measuring [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Cohen%27s_kappa|Cohen'​s kappa]] 
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 +Written by --- //​[[popel@ufal.mff.cuni.cz|Martin Popel]] 2010/10/14 14:38//
  
  
  
  

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