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  • CL Research Frame Element Taxonomy Tree
    Cause Degree Entity Path Place Purpose Reason Role State Character of end state Circumstances Company Dependent state Depictive Desired state Economy Emotional state Final state Initial state Post state Situation Sleep state State of affairs Circumstance Concessive Consequences Enablement Event

    Original URL path: http://www.clres.com/db/feindexa.php?op=e&fe=State_of_affairs (2016-02-11)
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  • CL Research Frame Element Taxonomy Tree
    CL Research Frame Element Tree Top Top Act Cause Degree Entity Path Place Purpose Reason Role State Topic Field Forbidden Illicit activity Indicated entity Issue Dispute Property Question Type

    Original URL path: http://www.clres.com/db/feindexa.php?op=e&fe=Issue (2016-02-11)
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  • CL Research Frame Element Taxonomy Tree
    Top Top Act Cause Degree Entity Path Place Purpose Reason Role State Topic Field Forbidden Illicit activity Indicated entity Issue Property AggregateProperty Attribute Descriptor Hair Property Impression Inference Instance prop Item Property Light Orientation Piece prop Q Prop Shape prop

    Original URL path: http://www.clres.com/db/feindexa.php?op=e&fe=Property (2016-02-11)
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  • CL Research Frame Element Taxonomy Tree
    Element Tree Top Top Act Cause Degree Entity Path Place Purpose Reason Role State Topic Type Category Allowed category Characterization Class Final category Initial category Comparison set Dedicated type Genre

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  • Quantity Prepositions
    31 prepositions Quantity prepositions have a quantity as the complement or a quantity that modifies the complement but the type of quantity is established by the preposition itself or by some other element in the sentence usually the governor or point of attachment While the types of quantities do not admit of a dimensional analysis they can be grouped into several categories See Preposition Classes for how this class relates to other classes Quantity Types Quantities are almost always put into some specific relationship with the preposition itself contributing the element of meaning and with the governor of the prepositional phrase standing in this relation to the quantity including Relational the complement quantity is in a comparative relationship with some other quantity with the following main subtypes Selection Criteria For the most part quantity prepositions are recognized based only on the properties of the complement Selectors for the complement look at the complement itself hr or c Many of these can be recognised with the WordNet lexical name ln noun quantity Others can be recognized by using the part of speech pos cd i e recognizing a cardinal numbers Since quantity expressions can usually be found with almost any kind

    Original URL path: http://www.clres.com/db/classes/ClassQuantity.php (2016-02-11)
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  • DE Analysis http www clres com icons XMLMarkup gif Each noun phrase is added to DE list Noun phrase is analyzed in depth to identify Syntactic role subject object preposition object Relationship to prior NPs anaphora coreference and definite NP resolution Constituent analysis numbers adjective sequences possessives genitive determiners leading noun sequences ordinals base of head Subjected to all words disambiguation for each constituent Semantic characterization of discourse entity including underspecification Prepositional objects further analyzed Use of preposition dictionary to analyze complement and attachment point properties Development of preposition list with Identification of semantic roles 6 XML Markup XML Tagging http www clres com icons XMLMarkup gif Traversal of document lists events discourse entities nouns verbs adjectives adverbs and prepositions Organized by events segments and subsegments into sentence tree Placement of each item in proper subsegment Properties of each item used to create attributes for nodes in XML tree 7 Document Contents and Keywords http www clres com icons Keywords gif KMS collects files into repositories Each file is broken down into one or more documents Files first processed into XML representation User can generate keywords and headlines for each document Keyword generation based on frequency analysis over discourse entities and identifies phrases as well as single words 8 Questions and Question Lists http www clres com icons QuestionList gif Ask questions of document repositories or via Google Web questions reformulated to achieve better results Web questions answered from Google snippets Source documents can be viewed and saved for more indepth investigation Questions can be organized in KMS into question lists Facilitates reuse of questions against different document repositories Recent questions to examine new possibilities Can be used to filter new documents added to repositories 9 Answers to Questions http www clres com icons QuestionAnswers gif Shows the question and

    Original URL path: http://www.clres.com/Knowledge%20Management%20System_files/outline.htm (2016-02-11)
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  • Question Answering with XML-Tagged Documents
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    Original URL path: http://www.clres.com/TREC11/sld016.html (2016-02-11)
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  • CL Research Frame Element Taxonomy Tree
    Activity Basis of order Benefiting action Capture Communicative act Consecutive Containing event Coordinated event Correlated event Defining event Effect Enabled situation Events Eventuality Expected event Expression Harmful event Hypothetical event Incident Intended event Landmark event Performance Possible event Process Reciprocation

    Original URL path: http://www.clres.com/db/feindexa.php?op=e&fe=Action (2016-02-11)
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