Paper: Domain-Specific Coreference Resolution with Lexicalized Features

ACL ID P13-2015
Title Domain-Specific Coreference Resolution with Lexicalized Features
Venue Annual Meeting of the Association of Computational Linguistics
Session Short Paper
Year 2013
Authors

Most coreference resolvers rely heavily on string matching, syntactic properties, and semantic attributes of words, but they lack the ability to make decisions based on in- dividual words. In this paper, we ex- plore the benefits of lexicalized features in the setting of domain-specific corefer- ence resolution. We show that adding lexicalized features to off-the-shelf coref- erence resolvers yields significant perfor- mance gains on four domain-specific data sets and with two types of coreference res- olution architectures.