CONCEPTUAL KNOWLEDGE: EVIDENCE FROM CORPORA, THE MIND, AND THE BRAIN. Massimo Poesio Uni Trento, Center for Mind / Brain Sciences Uni Essex, Language & Computation (joint work with A. Almuhareb, E. Barbu, M. Baroni, B. Murphy). MOTIVATIONS.
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Massimo PoesioUni Trento, Center for Mind / Brain SciencesUni Essex, Language & Computation(joint work with A. Almuhareb, E. Barbu, M. Baroni, B. Murphy)
Bear (and Animal ( 4 Paw) …)
Strawberry (and Fruit (fills Color red) … )
Female (and Human ( Male))
We showed that for a variety of tasks such conceptual descriptions are ‘better’ than word-based or grammatical function-based descriptions
LOOKING ONLY FOR (POTENTIAL) ATTRIBUTES AND THEIR VALUES BETTER THAN USING ALL GRS
EVEN IF ATTRIBUTES OBTAINED USING TEXT PATTERNS (“THE X OF THE Y” )
IN WORDNET: PAIN
ANIMALS ALMUHAREB 2005
TOOLSCATEGORY DISTINCTIONS IN THE BRAIN
Classification System Schematic ALMUHAREB 2005
Filter by Time, Freq and Eelectr.
“Animal” componentData analysis
MITCHELL ET ALRESULTS USING AUTOMATICALLY SELECTED FEATURES
ABDULRAHMAN ALMUHAREB(Essex PhD 2006 Now at KACST, Saudi Arabia)
EDUARD BARBU(Trento PhD forthc)
HEBA LAKANY(formerly Essex, now Strathclyde)
To the audience …..
And to Galja, Ruslan & the other organizers for yet another splendid RANLP!