Sangha Nam


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Effective Crowdsourcing of Multiple Tasks for Comprehensive Knowledge Extraction
Sangha Nam | Minho Lee | Donghwan Kim | Kijong Han | Kuntae Kim | Sooji Yoon | Eun-kyung Kim | Key-Sun Choi
Proceedings of the Twelfth Language Resources and Evaluation Conference

Information extraction from unstructured texts plays a vital role in the field of natural language processing. Although there has been extensive research into each information extraction task (i.e., entity linking, coreference resolution, and relation extraction), data are not available for a continuous and coherent evaluation of all information extraction tasks in a comprehensive framework. Given that each task is performed and evaluated with a different dataset, analyzing the effect of the previous task on the next task with a single dataset throughout the information extraction process is impossible. This paper aims to propose a Korean information extraction initiative point and promote research in this field by presenting crowdsourcing data collected for four information extraction tasks from the same corpus and the training and evaluation results for each task of a state-of-the-art model. These machine learning data for Korean information extraction are the first of their kind, and there are plans to continuously increase the data volume. The test results will serve as an initiative result for each Korean information extraction task and are expected to serve as a comparison target for various studies on Korean information extraction using the data collected in this study.


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Distant Supervision for Relation Extraction with Multi-sense Word Embedding
Sangha Nam | Kijong Han | Eun-Kyung Kim | Key-Sun Choi
Proceedings of the 9th Global Wordnet Conference

Distant supervision can automatically generate labeled data between a large-scale corpus and a knowledge base without utilizing human efforts. Therefore, many studies have used the distant supervision approach in relation extraction tasks. However, existing studies have a disadvantage in that they do not reflect the homograph in the word embedding used as an input of the relation extraction model. Thus, it can be seen that the relation extraction model learns without grasping the meaning of the word accurately. In this paper, we propose a relation extraction model with multi-sense word embedding. We learn multi-sense word embedding using a word sense disambiguation module. In addition, we use convolutional neural network and piecewise max pooling convolutional neural network relation extraction models that efficiently grasp key features in sentences. To evaluate the performance of the proposed model, two additional methods of word embedding were learned and compared. Accordingly, our method showed the highest performance among them.

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Unsupervised Korean Word Sense Disambiguation using CoreNet
Kijong Han | Sangha Nam | Jiseong Kim | Younggyun Hahm | Key-Sun Choi
Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2018)

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A Korean Knowledge Extraction System for Enriching a KBox
Sangha Nam | Eun-kyung Kim | Jiho Kim | Yoosung Jung | Kijong Han | Key-Sun Choi
Proceedings of the 27th International Conference on Computational Linguistics: System Demonstrations

The increased demand for structured knowledge has created considerable interest in knowledge extraction from natural language sentences. This study presents a new Korean knowledge extraction system and web interface for enriching a KBox knowledge base that expands based on the Korean DBpedia. The aim is to create an endpoint where knowledge can be extracted and added to KBox anytime and anywhere.


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Filling a Knowledge Graph with a Crowd
GyuHyeon Choi | Sangha Nam | Dongho Choi | Key-Sun Choi
Proceedings of the Open Knowledge Base and Question Answering Workshop (OKBQA 2016)

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SRDF: Extracting Lexical Knowledge Graph for Preserving Sentence Meaning
Sangha Nam | GyuHyeon Choi | Younggyun Hahm | Key-Sun Choi
Proceedings of the Open Knowledge Base and Question Answering Workshop (OKBQA 2016)

In this paper, we present an open information extraction system so-called SRDF that generates lexical knowledge graphs from unstructured texts. In semantic web, knowledge is expressed in the RDF triple form but the natural language text consist of multiple relations between arguments. For this reason, we combine open information extraction with the reification for the full text extraction to preserve meaning of sentence in our knowledge graph. And also our knowledge graph is designed to adapt for many existing semantic web applications. At the end of this paper, we introduce the result of the experiment and a Korean template generation module developed using SRDF.

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QAF: Frame Semantics-based Question Interpretation
Younggyun Hahm | Sangha Nam | Key-Sun Choi
Proceedings of the Open Knowledge Base and Question Answering Workshop (OKBQA 2016)

Natural language questions are interpreted to a sequence of patterns to be matched with instances of patterns in a knowledge base (KB) for answering. A natural language (NL) question answering (QA) system utilizes meaningful patterns matching the syntac-tic/lexical features between the NL questions and KB. In the most of KBs, there are only binary relations in triple form to represent relation between two entities or entity and a value using the domain specific ontology. However, the binary relation representation is not enough to cover complex information in questions, and the ontology vocabulary sometimes does not cover the lexical meaning in questions. Complex meaning needs a knowledge representation to link the binary relation-type triples in KB. In this paper, we propose a frame semantics-based semantic parsing approach as KB-independent question pre-processing. We will propose requirements of question interpretation in the KBQA perspective, and a query form representation based on our proposed format QAF (Ques-tion Answering with the Frame Semantics), which is supposed to cover the requirements. In QAF, frame semantics roles as a model to represent complex information in questions and to disambiguate the lexical meaning in questions to match with the ontology vocabu-lary. Our system takes a question as an input and outputs QAF-query by the process which assigns semantic information in the question to its corresponding frame semantic structure using the semantic parsing rules.