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Contextual Semantic Interpretability [article]

Diego Marcos, Ruth Fong, Sylvain Lobry, Remi Flamary, Nicolas Courty, Devis Tuia
2020 arXiv   pre-print
We test our contextual semantic interpretable bottleneck (CSIB) on the task of landscape scenicness estimation and train the semantic interpretable bottleneck using an auxiliary database (SUN Attributes  ...  We use a two-layer semantic bottleneck that gathers attributes into interpretable, sparse groups, allowing them contribute differently to the final output depending on the context.  ...  Contextual Semantically Interpretable Bottleneck (CSIB) Our proposed approach is illustrated in Fig. 2 and relies on two steps.  ... 
arXiv:2009.08720v1 fatcat:45xkop4okza3tjeo3m74yvn3da

Going Deeper with Semantics: Video Activity Interpretation using Semantic Contextualization [article]

Sathyanarayanan N. Aakur, Fillipe DM de Souza, Sudeep Sarkar
2018 arXiv   pre-print
To this end, we propose an energy minimization framework that leverages large-scale commonsense knowledge bases, such as ConceptNet, to provide contextual cues to establish semantic relationships among  ...  A deeper understanding of video activities extends beyond recognition of underlying concepts such as actions and objects: constructing deep semantic representations requires reasoning about the semantic  ...  We also use these relations to link concepts detected in videos via contextual cues to form semantically coherent interpretations.  ... 
arXiv:1708.03725v3 fatcat:3mpls5ub6jh2peib7iclbsyyci

Achieving incremental semantic interpretation through contextual representation

Julie C. Sedivy, Michael K. Tanenhaus, Craig G. Chambers, Gregory N. Carlson
1999 Cognition  
The results suggest a language processing system in which semantic interpretation, as well as syntactic processing, is conducted incrementally, with early integration of contextual information.  ...  While much work has been done investigating the role of context in the incremental processing of syntactic indeterminacies, relatively little is known about online semantic interpretation.  ...  However, because of the contextual parameters involved in semantic interpretation, it may only be possible to fully identify the referent of a noun phrase prior to the head when there is sufficient contextual  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0010-0277(99)00025-6 pmid:10444906 fatcat:kxzpwqj4sbhfldhajuvkos4lg4

Contextual Identification of Windows Malware through Semantic Interpretation of API Call Sequence

Eslam Amer, Shaker El-Sappagh, Jong Wan Hu
2020 Applied Sciences  
The proper interpretation of the malware API call sequence plays a crucial role in identifying its malicious intent.  ...  We relied on the word embedding to realize the contextual association that may occur between API functions in malware sequences.  ...  According to Equation (9) , the behavior confidence factor will be 423 469 = 0.92, which is interpreted as the sequence is malicious with a confidence factor of 92%.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app10217673 fatcat:r2furpwo6vdm3g6ne553kyivta

Context as Assumptions [chapter]

Erich Rast
2013 Epistemology, Context, and Formalism  
Contextuals What is commonly taken as the semantic value of a contextual cannot be fixed without resorting to contextual factors. 'Pure', automatic indexicals: I, yeah  ...  Indexicals The semantic content of indexicals depends on the deictic center: speaker, location of speaker, body alignment of speaker, time of utterance, place of utterance.  ...  Terminology Philosophical Positions 1 Contextualism I: semantic content of indexicals and contextuals is a function from context to intension 2 Contextualism II: semantic content of indexicals and contextuals  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-02943-6_2 fatcat:s5kyyjwbi5gh7n4mdtpxsqrmbq

Three Semantics for Distributed Systems and Their Relations with Alignment Composition [chapter]

Antoine Zimmermann, Jérôme Euzenat
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We give three different semantics of a distributed system, that do not interfere with the semantics of ontologies.  ...  We show that only the first two variants, which differ from other proposed semantics, can offer a sound composition operation.  ...  The contextualized semantics has a different purpose: it interprets semantic relations from one ontology's point of view.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11926078_2 fatcat:lvconb75xrdsvj3compk2uyiym

Analysing revisions in online writing

Rikke Hartmann Haugaard, Helle Dam Jensen
2019 Hermes - Journal of Language and Communication Studies  
It is argued that contextual and pre-contextual revisions should not be conceptualised as dichotomous entities, but as open categories on a continuum of semantically meaningful context, on the basis of  ...  In order to be able to interpret the effect of online revisions on the text by means of keystroke logging, it is proposed that revisions be analysed with a point of departure in the semantic content involved  ...  Accordingly, contextual and interpretable revisions are defined as revisions which are made in a semantically meaningful context.  ... 
doi:10.7146/hjlcb.v59i1.116981 fatcat:v6widjzngvehbfqiyulf2eepwy

Networked Ontologies with Contextual Alignments

Sihem Klai, Antoine Zimmermann, Mohamed Tarek Khadir
2019 Computing and informatics  
This formalism allows dealing with contextual representation and reasoning where ontologies and alignments by pairs of ontologies are developed in different and incompatible context.  ...  In this paper, some aspects of multi-level networked knowledge are recalled, detailing its semantics and discussing the comparison of the two semantics, DL-approach and  ...  In the literature, one may find three basic semantic languages for the interpretation of Network of Aligned Ontologies: Non-Contextual and Centralized Semantics; Contextual and Distributed Semantics; and  ... 
doi:10.31577/cai_2019_1_115 fatcat:ylr67bujavfhhgaq6yueadrlt4

Towards Web Usability: Providing Web Contents According to the Readers Contexts [chapter]

Mohanad Al-Jabari, Michael Mrissa, Philippe Thiran
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We explicitly describe the contexts of Web authors and readers with a solution that relies on the notion of semantic object, which includes a tree-structured set of context attributes.  ...  This context is represented as a finite set of contextual attributes. In addition, contextual attributes themselves are represented as semantic objects, which may also have contextual attributes.  ...  metadata, so that the former become machine interpretable.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-02247-0_54 fatcat:tsoperfdkzey5kdy554k4xfama

A plea for radical contextualism

Minyao Huang
2015 Synthese  
In this paper I argue that a modulation-based contextualist semantics is untenable with respect to non-ambiguous expressions whose invariant meaning fails to determine a unique literal interpretation,  ...  The nonuniqueness of the literal interpretation and the vagueness in the literal/non-literal divide doubly challenge a modulation-based semantics, for modulation is supposed to operate on a unique literal  ...  This work was presented at the Third International Conference on Philosophy of Language and Linguistics (University of Lodz) and the Investigating Semantics: Empirical and Philosophical Approaches Conference  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11229-015-0982-z fatcat:tyr5e2yrfzbejgxdtzy2pwqt6i

Page 425 of Computational Linguistics Vol. 21, Issue 3 [page]

1995 Computational Linguistics  
The overall goal is to propose an interpretation procedure that combines lex- ical, morpho-syntactic, and contextual information in a text, what the authors call Differential Semantics because the process  ...  The same interpretative process, relating semantic features across constituents and across sentence boundaries, applies to larger and larger parts of the text.  ... 

Handling Context in a Semantic-Based Access Control Framework

Moussa A. Ehsan, Morteza Amini, Rasool Jalili
2009 2009 International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications Workshops  
The proposed ontology classifies the context of a semantic web environment and represents the elements of contextual information and their relationship in an abstract level.  ...  In this paper, we present a semantic-based context-aware access control framework to be applied in semantic web, considered as a multi-domain environment.  ...  The sensed pieces of contextual information are stored in the CI. Then if any information is asked from PDP, the Context Interpreter interprets and returns it.  ... 
doi:10.1109/waina.2009.87 dblp:conf/aina/EhsanAJ09 fatcat:embbmkejffckbchejnqnhbdpii

The Role Of Contextual Ontologies In Enterprise Modeling

Ahmed Arara
2010 Zenodo  
Contextual ontologies are "an explicit specification of contextual conceptualization".  ...  Ontologies, as shared common understanding, gain increasing attention, as they appear as the most promising solution to enable information sharing both at a semantic level and in a machine-processable  ...  Semantics of contextual concept terms The semantics of the contextual part of the language is given by a contextual interpretation defined in a context j over S.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1057475 fatcat:fhztkzurbvcjrc5p2tkw3igu4i

On the Structure of Indefinite Possessives

Gianluca Storto
2015 Semantics and Linguistic Theory  
The account proposed for the unavailability of contextual interpretations (and more generally discourse-specific interpretations) crucially relies on the partitive semantics of indefinite possessives:  ...  Under either approach, the availability of the contextual interpretation for possessive partitives like some of John's dogs in (7b) follows from their partitive semantics: partitive DPs are restricted  ...  In the analysis proposed the unavailability of contextual interpretations for indefinite possessives in English is a reflex of their inherently non-(discourse-)specific semantics.  ... 
doi:10.3765/salt.v10i0.2726 fatcat:zjoojcw3frbqfa2c3x3vad6pqu

On the Structure of Indefinite Possessives

Gianluca Storto
2000 Semantics and Linguistic Theory  
(1998); Zamparelli (1998)).The unavailability of contextual interpretations for indefinite possessives is accounted for in Storto ([to appear]) in terms of the discourse semantics of these DPs: indefinite  ...  In particular, indefinite possessives do not license contextual interpretations, which are instead available for the corresponding definite possessives and possessive partitives.  ...  The account proposed for the unavailability of contextual interpretations (and more generally discourse-specific interpretations) crucially relies on the partitive semantics of indefinite possessives:  ... 
doi:10.3765/salt.v10i0.3111 fatcat:cnqcilrqsvhwbjkqvki2qtnbqu
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