Inflected by Freudian thought, Perrot disambiguates
the governess as a hysterical woman (155), who in her perversion causes the boy's death (61).
Ontological entities disambiguation: this sub-module disambiguates
the matching entity associated to token, according to the set of entities comprising its linguistic context, by using a WSD technique similar to the one introduced in the attribute disambiguation module (section 1.
Chapter 1 disambiguates
content and presents two relatively familiar arguments for the necessity of distinguishing mental contents from intentional objects.
itself with "Long story short"; and Intelligenx relies on "The power of discovery.
But once we understand that context disambiguates
, then ambiguity is not a problem - it's something you can take advantage of, because you can reuse easy words in different contexts over and over again," he said.
The system processes the words in the source document and then automatically disambiguates
the different means of words based on their context in the source document.
A two-phase approach is used whereby the system first disambiguates
citations based on venues.
If we wonder why this has been so, we might find a plausible answer in Figure 5, which disambiguates
the use of hand in the sentence He nodded, and took her hand and kissed it.
This procedure would, in fact, do nothing different than a common HMM-based tagger does with its own acquired lexicon: disambiguates
its ambiguous entries upon encountering them in the text and applying the transition probability matrix and handling procedures on unknown words.
In the other direction, computer scientists Yaakov HaCohen-Kerner, Ariel Kass, and Ariel Peretz ("A Learning System That Disambiguates
Abbreviations in Jewish Law Documents," in Hebrew, BDD 20) bring a problem of the Torah student to the lab.
I will this pain to disappear' and 'I will be going to school' reflect two different predicates, which the sense of each sentence disambiguates
2 million words, half-a-million concepts, and tens of millions of relationships--CIRCA matches words and phrases to its ontology, performs linguistic analysis, disambiguates
them into meanings, and weighs those meanings by importance, thus making computers more effective in managing and retrieving information.