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AI 2021-01-27
Online Online Automatic Short Answer Scoring using Thesaurus-Based Data Augmentation
Hiroyuki Kato (Kyushu Univ.), Tsunenori Ishioka (DNC), Tsunenori Mine (Kyushu Univ) AI2020-15
In the field of natural language processing, the invention of large-scale general-purpose language models such as BERT h... [more] AI2020-15
TL 2019-03-18
Tokyo Waseda University A Multi-Dimensional Thesaurus with Word Associations Function for More Advanced Japanese Semantic Processing
Masahiro Miyazaki (LangueTech/ALR) TL2018-60
Aiming at a breakthrough to overcome the limitations of Japanese semantic processing using existing case patterns and th... [more] TL2018-60
TL 2017-07-22
Tokyo NINJAL Word Familiarity Rate Estimation for `Word List by Semantic Principles' -- a Case Study of Adjective --
Masayuki Asahara (NINJAL) TL2017-22
This paper presents a research of word familiarity rate estimation for ‘Word List by Semantic Principles’. We collected ... [more] TL2017-22
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Kanagawa Tokyo Institute of Technology (Suzukakedai Campus) Constructing an Automatic Anotator of Semantic Role Label and Frame of Predicate Thesaurus
Yoshimasa Ikeda, Koichi Takeuchi (Okayama Univ.) NLC2014-39
Since recent advantage of developing semantic role labeling and annotated corpora in English, construction of an NLP app... [more] NLC2014-39
AI 2014-11-27
Fukuoka   Detection of Error Synonyms in the Japanese WordNet -- A trial of using corpus --
Takuya Hirao, Koki Miyata, Takahiko Suzuki, Sachio Hirokawa (Kyushu Univ.) AI2014-18
Lexical Database the Japanese WordNet is a useful tool in natural language processing. However, it is officially announc... [more] AI2014-18
NLC 2009-10-16
Tokyo NiCT Kohji-machi Office Construction of Annotated Corpus of Verb Meanings and Semantic Role Labels on Verb Thesaurus
Koichi Takeuchi, Maiko Morimoto (Okayama Univ.) NLC2009-9
Argument structure is widely recognized as an interface of mapping from
grammatical structure of a sentence to shallow ... [more]
AI, IPSJ-DC 2008-11-28
Okinawa   A Basic Consideration on Automatic Construction Method of Ontology from Web Resource
Tomohiro Murata, Ryoji Akimoto, Wataru Kameyama (Waseda Univ.)
Recently, web resource has increased. And, it is being organized and used by several methodologies. In such a situation,... [more] AI2008-40
AI 2008-06-30
Tokyo Kwansei Gakuin University, Tokyo Marunouchi Campus Automatic Extraction of Related Term Networks from FAQ Sites
Tomonori Yoshida, Motohiro Mase, Yasuhiko Kitamura (Kwansei Gakuin Univ.) AI2008-13
This paper describes a method to extract related term network which shows relationships of terms from word-of-mouth info... [more] AI2008-13
TL 2007-12-14
Tokyo Tokyo University of Technology A Note of Semantic Understanding system -- Approach from Non-Artificial Intelligence --
Michio Yamanobe (Graduate School, Tokyo Univ. of Technology), Hiroyuki Kameda (Tokyo Univ. of Technology) TL2007-50
By the development of the robot technology in recent years, human and the machine's taking communications is vecoming po... [more] TL2007-50
SS 2007-08-03
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. Supporting Construction of Domain Ontologies for Requirements Analysis
Ryo Hasegawa, Motohiro Kitamura (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.), Haruhiko Kaiya (Shinshu Univ.), Motoshi Saeki (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) SS2007-25
The technique for making up for the domain knowledge by using ontology at requirements analysis is proposed.
However, t... [more]
DE 2007-07-04
Miyagi Akiu hot springs (Sendai) A Scalable Thesaurus Construction Method based on Link Co-occurrence Analysis for Wikipedia
Masahiro Ito, Kotaro Nakayama, Takahiro Hara, Shojiro Nishio (Osaka Univ.) DE2007-112
Web based encyclopedias, such as Wikipedia, have become dramatically popular among internet users. We have already prove... [more] DE2007-112
SS 2006-06-23
Okayama   An Integrated Tool for Supporting Ontology Based Requirements Elicitation
Motohiro Kitamura, Ryo Hasegawa (tokyo institute of technology), Nobuo Yamabe, Haruhiko Kaiya (shinshu university), Motoshi Saeki (tokyo institute of technology)
Because requirements analysts do not always have sufficient knowledge in the problem domain (domain knowledge), it is si... [more] SS2006-23
AI 2006-03-06
Osaka Kwansei Gakuin University Construction of History Judgment System -- Automatically expansion of History knowledge --
Akihito Seki, Hirokazu Watabe, Tsukasa Kawaoka (Graduate School of Engineering, Doshisha Univ.)
For using a computer easily more, it is necessary to realize the computer understand the meaning of the information of w... [more] AI2005-40
SS 2006-02-02
Fukuoka Fukuoka Laboratory for Emerging and Enabling Technology of SoC Experiments for Ontology-based Requirements Elicitation Method
Takayuki Sugiura, Atsushi Ohnishi (Ritsumeikan Univ.)
We have been developing a Requirements Elicitation method with Ontology named REO, where Ontology means systematically o... [more] SS2005-78
SS 2005-04-22
Wakayama   Ontology based Requirements Analysis
Haruhiko Kaiya (Shishu Univ.), Motoshi Saeki (titech)
We propose a requirements analysis method by using a mapping between a requireme
nts specification and an ontology that... [more]
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