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Numeric Fused-Head

This is the code used in the paper:

"Where’s My Head? Definition, Dataset and Models for Numeric Fused-Heads Identification and Resolution" Yanai Elazar and Yoav Goldberg

to appear in TACL

preprint and there's also a demo!

Prerequisites

  • python 3.6 (and specific libraries in the requirements.txt)
# clone this repo:
git clone git@github.com:yanaiela/num_fh.git

# create a clean conda env
conda create -n nfh python==3.6 anaconda
source activate nfh

# additional python pacakges from requirements.txt
pip install -r requirements.txt

The paper deals with two sub-tasks of the FH solution:

  • Identification
  • Resolution

These are dealt with separately, and discussed in the paper in sections (3,4) and (5,6). These parts are also solved separately in the code, and contain further instructions for each one in a dedicated README file.

Citing

If you find this work relevant to yours, please consider citing us:

@misc{elazar2019wheres,
    title={Where's My Head? Definition, Dataset and Models for Numeric Fused-Heads Identification and Resolution},
    author={Yanai Elazar and Yoav Goldberg},
    year={2019}
}

Contact

If you have any question, issue or suggestions, feel free to contact us with the emails listed in the paper.

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