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'''Semantic relation identification''': examining relations between lexical items in a sentence. The task, given a sample of semantic relation types, is to identify and classify semantic relations between nominals(i.e., nouns and base noun phrases, excluding named entities); a main purpose of this task is to assess different classification methods. Another task is, given a sentence and two tagged nominals, to predict the relation between those nominals and the direction of the relation.  
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'''Semantic relation identification''': examining relations between lexical items in a sentence. The task, given a sample of semantic relation types, is to identify and classify semantic relations between nominals (i.e., nouns and base noun phrases, excluding named entities); a main purpose of this task is to assess different classification methods. Another task is, given a sentence and two tagged nominals, to predict the relation between those nominals and the direction of the relation.  
  
 
== SemEval and Semantic relation identification ==
 
== SemEval and Semantic relation identification ==

Revision as of 05:01, 17 February 2011

Semantic relation identification: examining relations between lexical items in a sentence. The task, given a sample of semantic relation types, is to identify and classify semantic relations between nominals (i.e., nouns and base noun phrases, excluding named entities); a main purpose of this task is to assess different classification methods. Another task is, given a sentence and two tagged nominals, to predict the relation between those nominals and the direction of the relation.

SemEval and Semantic relation identification

  • SemEval 1 Task 4: (2007) Classification of Semantic Relations between Nominals
  • SemEval 2 Task 8: (2010) Multi-Way Classification of Semantic Relations Between Pairs of Nominals
  • SemEval 2 Task 9: (2010) Noun Compound Interpretation Using Paraphrasing Verbs and Prepositions

State of the art of Semantic relation identification