World wide web based question answering system - A relevance feedback framework for automatic answer validation
|World wide web based question answering system - A relevance feedback framework for automatic answer validation|
|Author(s)||Ray S.K., Singh S., Joshi B.P.|
|Published in||2nd International Conference on the Applications of Digital Information and Web Technologies, ICADIWT 2009|
|Keyword(s)||Answer validation, Question answering system, Web validation (Extra: Online resources, Open domain question answering, Question Answering, Question answering systems, Relevance feedback, Standard sources, Wikipedia, Feedback, Information retrieval, Information retrieval systems, Information services, Natural language processing systems, Online systems, World Wide Web)|
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World wide web based question answering system - A relevance feedback framework for automatic answer validation is a 2009 conference paper written in English by Ray S.K., Singh S., Joshi B.P. and published in 2nd International Conference on the Applications of Digital Information and Web Technologies, ICADIWT 2009.
An open domain question answering system is one of the emerging information retrieval systems available on the World Wide Web that is becoming popular day by day to get succinct and relevant answers in response of users' questions. The validation of the correctness of the answer is an important issue in the field of question answering. In this paper, we are proposing a World Wide Web based solution for answer validation where answers returned by open domain Question Answering Systems can be validated using online resources such as Wikipedia and Google. We have applied several heuristics for answer validation task and tested them against some popular World Wide Web based open domain Question Answering Systems over a collection of 500 questions collected from standard sources such as TREC, the Worldbook, and the Worldfactbook. We found that the proposed method is yielding promising results for automatic answer validation task.
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