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* semantic similarity is a special case of attributional similarity in which the two words are nearby in a taxonomy
 
* semantic similarity is a special case of attributional similarity in which the two words are nearby in a taxonomy
 
* semantic similarity is also known as taxonomical similarity
 
* semantic similarity is also known as taxonomical similarity
* state-of-the-art results for [[TOEFL Synonym Questions]]
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* state-of-the-art results for [[TOEFL Synonym Questions (State of the art)|TOEFL Synonym Questions]]
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* state-of-the-art results for [[ESL Synonym Questions (State of the art)|ESL Synonym Questions]]
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== Relational similarity ==
 
== Relational similarity ==
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* relational similarity = the degree to which two relations are analogous
 
* relational similarity = the degree to which two relations are analogous
 
* state-of-the-art results for [[SAT Analogy Questions (State of the art)|SAT Analogy Questions]]
 
* state-of-the-art results for [[SAT Analogy Questions (State of the art)|SAT Analogy Questions]]
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[[Category:State of the art]]
 
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Revision as of 07:24, 28 February 2008

Attributional similarity

  • attributional similarity = the degree to which two words are synonymous
  • attributional similarity is also known as semantic relatedness and semantic association
  • semantic similarity is a special case of attributional similarity in which the two words are nearby in a taxonomy
  • semantic similarity is also known as taxonomical similarity
  • state-of-the-art results for TOEFL Synonym Questions
  • state-of-the-art results for ESL Synonym Questions


Relational similarity

  • relational similarity = the degree to which two relations are analogous
  • state-of-the-art results for SAT Analogy Questions