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    Title: 中英文語句語意推論
    Textual Entailment Recognition for Chinese and English
    Authors: 黃瑋杰
    Huang, Wei Jie
    Contributors: 劉昭麟
    Liu, Chao Lin
    Huang, Wei Jie
    Keywords: 語句推論
    Entailment Recognition
    Near Synonym Recognition
    Heuristic Functions
    Machine Learning
    Date: 2012
    Issue Date: 2013-07-23 13:20:37 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 語句的推論在自然語言處理相關領域的研究,如資訊檢索、資料擷取、自動摘要或智慧型教學等,已經日趨重要。自2005年Recognizing Textual Entailment (RTE)競賽開始,此議題逐漸受到重視,而Recognizing Inference in Text (RITE-1)競賽亦開始針對中文語句推論的研究議題提供評估的平台。本研究中我們建構一個根據文本分析設計各種函式計算推論關係的模型,並提出一套基於廣義知網的詞彙語意相似度計算方法,加強推論模型對句子語意的理解能力,進而提升推論效果;此外根據過去機器學習的作法,依照上述的函式抽取詞彙語意、語法結構、POS標記、詞彙覆蓋比例與詞彙依賴關係等特徵,採用多種演算法訓練分類模型判斷推論關係。實驗結果顯示我們的兩種系統在中文語句推論關係有不錯的效能,並在NTCIR-10 RITE-2競賽中獲得第二名的佳績,同時對機器學習分類模型效能的分析也指出中英文語料於判斷推論關係時不同的特性與較有效果的特徵集。此外我們透過閱讀測驗的實驗評估,瞭解推論系統於實際應用問題的效能,並指出未來我們可以推論系統為基底,發展閱讀測驗相關的智慧型教學系統,輔助學生閱讀理解的能力與教師在閱讀測驗編輯的品質。
    Recognizing Inference in Text (RITE) has become a serious issue in several research areas, such as Information Retrieval (IR), Information Extraction (IE), Automatic Summarization, or Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS). The research topic is getting more important since the First Recognizing Textual Entailment Challenge (RTE-1) was held in 2005. For Asian languages, Recognizing Inference in Text (RITE-1) provides evaluation standards on recognizing entailment systems. In this research, we built a system based on textual analysis and construct several heuristic functions to compute entailment in text. Besides, we proposed a method to measure the similarity between two Chinese words based on E-HowNet and used it to enhance the system’s performance. Moreover, machine learning techniques, such as SVM, J48 and Linear Regression are used to train classification models. We extracted features based on heuristic functions and other syntactic features. The experimental results indicated that our systems achieved great performances and received second places in NTCIR-10 RITE-2. The analysis of machine learning approaches also showed Chinese and English shared different linguistic characteristics and effective features on recognizing textual entailments. Besides, the experimental results of reading comprehensions showed that we can develop intelligent tutoring system based on this research. The intelligent tutoring system is able to enhance students the ability of reading understandings and help on generating quality reading tests.
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    Description: 碩士
    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0100753014
    Data Type: thesis
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