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Annotating and Learning Compound Noun Semantics

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There is little consensus on a standard experimental design for the compound noun interpretation task. I’ll introduce well-motivated general desiderata for semantic annotation schemes, and describe such a scheme for in-context compound annotation. A dual-annotator annotation experiment has yielded good agreement given the difficulty of the task. Classification experiments on an open-text dataset compare favourably with previously reported results on other datasets and provide a solid baseline for future research (which I’ll also briefly mention).

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