Source PaperYearLineSentence
P02-1006 2002 116
We use our existing QA system (Hovy et al, 2002b; 2001) to do so (self citation)
P02-1006 2002 133
From our Webclopedia QA Typology (Hovy et al, 2002a) we selected 6 different question types: BIRTHDATE, LOCATION, INVENTOR, DISCOVERER, DEFINITION, WHY-FAMOUS (self citation)
C02-1026 2002 53
Please refer to (Hovy et al 2002) for more detail (self citation)
W04-3251 2004 10
Starting from successful pipeline architectures (Moldovan etal., 2000; Hovy et al, 2000), QA systems have re sponded to changes in the nature of the QA task by incorporating knowledge resources (Hermjakob et al., 2000; Hovy et al, 2002), handling additional types of questions, employing complex reasoning mechanisms (Moldovan et al, 2003; Nyberg et al, 2003), tapping into external data sources such as the Web, encyclopedias, databases (Dumais et al, 2002; Xu et al, 2003), and merging multiple agents and strategies into meta-systems (Chu-Carroll et al, 2003; Burger et al, 2002)
W06-1908 2006 11
Several QA systems have responded to these changes in the nature of the QA task by incorporating vari ous knowledge resources (Hovy et al, 2002), handling of additional types of questions tapping into external data sources such as web, encyclo pedia, and databases in order to find the answer candidates, which may then be located in the specific corpus being searched (Xu et al, 2003)
E09-1066 2009 11
(Hovy et al., 2002; Punyakanok et al, 2004; Lin and Katz, 2003), i.e. if a text fragment correctly responds to a question