Paper: Events are Not Simple: Identity, Non-Identity, and Quasi-Identity

ACL ID W13-1203
Title Events are Not Simple: Identity, Non-Identity, and Quasi-Identity
Venue Workshop on Events: Definition, Detection, Coreference, and Representation
Session
Year 2013
Authors

Felisa Verdejo E.T.S.I. Inform?tica, UNED C/ Juan del Rosal, 16 (Ciudad Universitaria) 28040 Madrid, Spain felisa@lsi.uned.es Jun Araki Andrew Philpot Language Technology Institute Information Sciences Institute Carnegie Mellon University University of Southern California 5000 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15213, USA 4676 Admiralty Way Marina del Rey, CA 90292, USA junaraki@cs.cmu.edu philpot@isi.edu Abstract1 Despite considerable theoretical and computa-tional work on coreference, deciding when two entities or events are identical is very difficult. In a project to build corpora containing corefer-ence links between events, we have identified three levels of event identity (full, partial, and non...