From minimal logical forms for answer extraction to logical graphs for question answering

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Abstract

Many exciting things happened since I left the ExtrAns project at the University of Zurich. In this paper I present a very brief journal of the research that derived from my work at Zurich. My work combined a study of several representations of questions and answer sentences with the development of procedures to and the answer. The culmination of this work was the definition of the Logical Graphs (LGs), which are graph representations derived from ExtrAns' original Minimal Logical Forms (MLFs), and the development of a method for the automatic learning of question-answer patterns based on LGs. I hope the reader will enjoy reading this journey of ideas.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSearching answers
Subtitle of host publicationFestschrift in honour of Michael Hess on the occasion of his 60th birthday
EditorsSimon Clematide, Manfred Klenner, Martin Volk
Place of PublicationMunster, Germany
PublisherVerlagshaus Monsenstein und Vannerdat
Pages101-108
Number of pages8
ISBN (Print)9783865829559
Publication statusPublished - 2009

Publication series

NameMV Wissenschaft
PublisherVerlagshaus Monsenstein und Vannerdat

Keywords

  • answer extraction
  • question answering
  • minimal logical forms
  • logical graphs

Cite this

Mollá, D. (2009). From minimal logical forms for answer extraction to logical graphs for question answering. In S. Clematide, M. Klenner, & M. Volk (Eds.), Searching answers: Festschrift in honour of Michael Hess on the occasion of his 60th birthday (pp. 101-108). (MV Wissenschaft). Munster, Germany: Verlagshaus Monsenstein und Vannerdat.