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public:t-malv-15-3:9 [2015/10/14 15:43]
hannes [Lab 9]
public:t-malv-15-3:9 [2015/10/15 07:43] (current)
orvark [3. Compare the Models]
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 **Try to complete as much as you can. Hand in a **text** file (''FullName_lab9.{pdf|doc|txt}'') with what you have finished in MySchool before midnight today (15 October).** **Try to complete as much as you can. Hand in a **text** file (''FullName_lab9.{pdf|doc|txt}'') with what you have finished in MySchool before midnight today (15 October).**
  
-<note info>Note that no programming is required for this lab. But you will be required to think like a computer and may juse computational tools to help you.</note>+<note info>Note that no programming is required for this lab. But you will be required to think like a computer and may use computational tools to help you.</note>
  
  
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 Finally Compare the two discourse models that you have created and answer the following questions: Finally Compare the two discourse models that you have created and answer the following questions:
   - How well/poorly did the computer algorithm perform in interpreting the pronouns? How well/poorly did it do in identifying discourse entities and coreferences to them in general?   - How well/poorly did the computer algorithm perform in interpreting the pronouns? How well/poorly did it do in identifying discourse entities and coreferences to them in general?
-  - What reasonably tractable modi􏰁cations could you make to the compute algorithm to improve its discourse modelling performance?+  - What reasonably tractable modifications could you make to the compute algorithm to improve its discourse modelling performance?
   - What aspects of your manual approach do you think will be particularly hard for computers to imitate?   - What aspects of your manual approach do you think will be particularly hard for computers to imitate?
   - There are three referring expressions in the last sentence: "He", "him" and "there". What do they refer to and how do you know this? What would a computer need to know to draw the same conclusion?   - There are three referring expressions in the last sentence: "He", "him" and "there". What do they refer to and how do you know this? What would a computer need to know to draw the same conclusion?
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