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Mining XML documents - Bridging the gap between Machine Learning and Information Retrieval

Mining XML documents - Bridging the gap between Machine Learning and Information Retrieval

This video was recorded at PASCAL Second Challenges Workshop, Venice 2006. By introducing a second challenge we hope to keep the momentum going, and to further promote the formation of a research community around the applied entailment task. As in the previous challenge, the main task is judging whether a hypothesis (H) is entailed by a text (T). One of the main goals for the RTE-2 dataset is to provide more "realistic" text-hypothesis examples, based mostly on outputs of actual systems. We focus on the four application settings mentioned above: QA, IR, IE and multi-document summarization. Each portion of the dataset includes typical T-H examples that correspond to success and failure cases of such applications. The examples represent different levels of entailment reasoning, such as... Show More
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