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Revision as of 09:52, 21 December 2009

When not otherwise specified, the data about version, usage and evaluation of the resource have been provided by participants themselves.

Participants* Campaign Version Specific usage description Evaluations / Comments
Rhodes RTE5 Lexicon-based matching In pilot experiments, the Lin thesaurus did not produce high enough precision matches to be useful.
Stanford RTE4 Data taken from the RTE4 proceedings. Participants are recommended to add further information.
New user Participants are encouraged to contribute.
Total: 2


[*] For further information about participants, click here: RTE Challenges - Data about participants

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