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coreferential

(ˌkəʊrɛfəˈrɛnʃəl)
adj
(Linguistics) philosophy (of more than one linguistic expression) designating the same individual or class
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Adj.1.coreferential - relating to coreference
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Constructing a knowledge graph is challenging because of the many interactions between uncertain extractions, coreferences, ontological information, and facts in the knowledge graph.
The parser output for each sentence is a morpho-lexical analysis, one or more (in case of ambiguities) syntactic dependency trees, one or more SNs, and intrasentential and intersentential coreferences determined by a hybrid rule-statistical coreference resolution module.
Going beyond sophisticated text search, modern KEs also actively extract information by processing text sources, looking for named entities, dependences between entities, coreference resolution (within each document), and entity linkage (which maps proper nouns and the coreferences to the corresponding entities already in the knowledge base).
Two of them are (1) dealing with negative sentences, which is considered as a well-known problem in language understanding [94]; a pattern-based approach [95] for negation recognition achieved an accuracy of 0.943 on clinic texts, which might provide some clues for solution; (2) resolving coreferences, the recognition of implicit information in some sentences may contain key information, for example, protein names and events, that are later mentioned in other sentences.
The method used in [11] for generating meaning-preserving semantic transformations is mainly depending on the usage of noun phrase coreferences. Two noun phrases are coreferent if they refer to the same entity.