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Computing linguistically-based textual inferences
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Construction of Meaning, Stanford Semantics and Pragmatics Workshop

18 January 2008
Palo Alto, California, USA

 

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In this talk we give an overview and a demo of PARC's Bridge system. The particular task that we focus on is entailment and contradiction detection, a more refined variant of the PASCAL RTE (Recognizing Textual Entailment) challenge. Given a passage of text and a query, does the query sentence follow from the text in the passage, is it contradicted by it, or neither?

 

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