1. Short-Text Similarity Measurement Using Word Sense Disambiguation and Synonym Expansion

    Measuring the similarity between text fragments at the sentence level is made difficult by the fact that two sentences that are semantically related may not contain any words in common. This means that standard IR measures of text similarity, which are based on word co-occurrence and designed to operate at the document level, are not appropriate. While various sentence similarity measures have been recently proposed, these measures do not fully utilise the semantic information available from lexical resources such as WordNet. In this paper we propose a new sentence similarity measure which uses word sense disambiguation and synonym expansion to ...
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