FAQ
Anthony, the app looks really nice and neat! But I wonder what is the
intended benefit of us "trying" the algorithms? To have a subjective
impression? Let me know, maybe I missed something.

Maybe it is better to link to papers with evaluation of the algorithms you
implement? Maybe even better to test your implementations on a public
sense-tagged corpus and post the evaluation results here? And maybe compare
these evaluations with peer-reviewed ones in the literature, thus making
sure your implementation is in line? What do you think? Do you think it is
feasible you do that? Any volunteers to do that?

Aliaksandr
On 13 February 2015 at 10:12, Anthony Beylerian wrote:

Dear devs,

Please try some of the few (simpler) algorithms we implemented to warm up
to the library :
http://131.113.41.202:8080/opennlp-wsd-demo/nlp-wsd-fe/app/#/home
(will make the source available after cleanup/housekeeping)

We need to define the structure and method signatures, since we will later
increment with more techniques.

Any suggestions/references for the structure and signatures are welcome.
Best,

Anthony
Subject: Re: Word Sense Disambiguation
From: kottmann@gmail.com
To: dev@opennlp.apache.org
Date: Mon, 19 Jan 2015 19:10:19 +0100

Hello,

+1 from me to just go ahead and implement the proposed approach. One
goal of this implementation will be to figure out the interface we want
to have in OpenNLP for WSD.

We can later extend OpenNLP with more implementations which are taking
different approaches.

Jörn
On Thu, 2015-01-15 at 16:50 +0900, Anthony Beylerian wrote:
Hello,

I'm new here, I previously mentioned to Jörn about my colleagues and
myself being interested in helping to implement this component, we were
thinking of starting with simple knowledge based approaches, although they
do not yield high accuracy, but as a first step they are relatively simple,
would like your opinion.
Pei also mentioned "cTAKES (
http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/ctakes/sandbox/ctakes-wsd/ currently very
exploratory stages here) and YTEX (
https://code.google.com/p/ytex/wiki/WordSenseDisambiguation_V08) is also
just exploring WSD for the healthcare domain. It's also currently
knowledge/ontology base for now... It would be great to see if OpenNLP
supports a general domain WSD"
Best,

Anthony

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