linguistics, e12 | View Comments
i've been doing some reading for my statistical synonyms project and have uncovered a heap of cool papers. most of them are around an idea (from the 1950's!) called the distributional hypothesis that simply states that words that appear in similar contexts often have similar meanings.the coolest paper so far is 'Web-Scale Distributional Similarity and Entity Set Expansion' by Pantel,Crestan,Borkovsky et al which has introduced me to an area of research i didn't really know existed; entity set expansion.entity set expansion is a bit like thesaurus building for proper nouns; given a seed set of related items can you expand...
- latent semantic analysis via the singular value decomposition (for dummies)
- semi supervised naive bayes
- statistical synonyms
- round the world tweets
- decomposing social graphs on twitter
- do it yourself statistically improbable phrases
- should i burn it?
- the median of a trillion numbers
- deduping with resemblance metrics
- simple supervised learning / should i read it?
- audioscrobbler experiments
- chaoscope experiment