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Improving Question Answering for Event-Focused Questions in Temporal Collections of News Articles


Improving Question Answering for Event-Focused Questions in Temporal Collections of News Articles



Veröffentlicht: 2021 Januar

Journal: Information Retrieval Journal


Verlag: Springer


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Kurzfassung
Temporal collections of news articles (or news archives) contain numerous accurate and time-aligned articles, which offer immense value to our society, helping users to know details of events that occurred at specific time points in the past. Currently, the access to such collections is rather difficult for average users due to their large sizes and complexities. For better use of these valuable resources on our heritage, this study considers the task of machine reading at scale on long-term news article archives. We make use of the observation that questions on news archives are usually related to particular events and show strong temporal aspects. We propose a large scale question answering model designed specifically for long-term news article collections, with an additional module for re-ranking articles by using temporal information from different perspectives. The experimental results show that our model is superior to the existing question answering systems, thanks to dedicated module that allows finding more relevant documents.

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DOI Link: 10.1007/s10791-020-09387-9



Forschungsgruppe

Web Science


Forschungsgebiet

Information Retrieval, Text Mining, Künstliche Intelligenz


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Temporal collections of news articles (or Temporal collections of news articles (or news archives) contain numerous accurate and time-aligned articles, which offer immense value to our society, helping users to know details of events that occurred at specific time points in the past. Currently, the access to such collections is rather difficult for average users due to their large sizes and complexities. For better use of these valuable resources on our heritage, this study considers the task of machine reading at scale on long-term news article archives. We make use of the observation that questions on news archives are usually related to particular events and show strong temporal aspects. We propose a large scale question answering model designed specifically for long-term news article collections, with an additional module for re-ranking articles by using temporal information from different perspectives. The experimental results show that our model is superior to the existing question answering systems, thanks to dedicated module that allows finding more relevant documents.at allows finding more relevant documents. +
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Information Retrieval Journal +
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Jiexin Wang, Adam Jatowt, MichaeJiexin Wang, Adam Jatowt, Michael Färber, Masatoshi Yoshikawa
Improving Question Answering for Event-Focused Questions in Temporal Collections of News Articles
Information Retrieval Journal, Januar, 2021
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Jiexin Wang, Adam Jatowt, MichaeJiexin Wang, Adam Jatowt, Michael Färber, Masatoshi Yoshikawa
Improving Question Answering for Event-Focused Questions in Temporal Collections of News Articles
Information Retrieval Journal, Januar, 2021
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Jiexin Wang, Adam Jatowt, Michael Färber, Masatoshi Yoshikawa:
Improving Question Answering for Event-Focused Questions in Temporal Collections of News Articles.
Information Retrieval Journal. Januar 2021. +
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Improving Question Answering for Event-Focused Questions in Temporal Collections of News Articles +
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