Bernard Jacquemin


2018

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Automatic Identification of Research Fields in Scientific Papers
Eric Kergosien | Amin Farvardin | Maguelonne Teisseire | Marie-Noëlle Bessagnet | Joachim Schöpfel | Stéphane Chaudiron | Bernard Jacquemin | Annig Lacayrelle | Mathieu Roche | Christian Sallaberry | Jean Philippe Tonneau
Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2018)

2010

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A Derivational Rephrasing Experiment for Question Answering
Bernard Jacquemin
Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC'10)

In Knowledge Management, variations in information expressions have proven a real challenge. In particular, classical semantic relations (e.g. synonymy) do not connect words with different parts-of-speech. The method proposed tries to address this issue. It consists in building a derivational resource from a morphological derivation tool together with derivational guidelines from a dictionary in order to store only correct derivatives. This resource, combined with a syntactic parser, a semantic disambiguator and some derivational patterns, helps to reformulate an original sentence while keeping the initial meaning in a convincing manner This approach has been evaluated in three different ways: the precision of the derivatives produced from a lemma; its ability to provide well-formed reformulations from an original sentence, preserving the initial meaning; its impact on the results coping with a real issue, \textit{ie} a question answering task . The evaluation of this approach through a question answering system shows the pros and cons of this system, while foreshadowing some interesting future developments.

2004

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Dictionaries Merger for Text Expansion in Question Answering
Bernard Jacquemin
Proceedings of the Workshop on Enhancing and Using Electronic Dictionaries