Resources

DeScript (Describing Script Structure)

DeScript is a crowdsourced corpus of event sequence descriptions (ESDs) for different scenarios crowdsourced via Amazon Mechanical Turk. It has 40 scenarios with approximately 100 ESDs each. The corpus also has partial alignments of event descriptions that are semantically similar with respect to the given scenario.

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Reference: Wanzare, L., Zarcone, A. , Thater, S. & Pinkal, M. (2016). DeScript: A Crowdsourced Database for the Acquisition of High-quality Script Knowledge. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 16), Portorož, Slovenia.

Contact person: Lilian Wanzare

Disco-SPICE (Spoken conversations from the SPICE-Ireland corpus annotated with discourse relations)

The resource contains all texts from the Broadcast interview and Telephone conversation genres from the SPICE-Ireland corpus, annotated with discourse relations according to the PDTB 3.0 and CCR frameworks.

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Reference: Rehbein, I., Scholman, M.C.J., Demberg, V. (2016). Annotating discourse relations in spoken language: A comparison of the PDTB and CCR frameworks. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 16), Portorož, Slovenia.

Contact person: Merel Scholman

InScript (Narrative texts annotated with script information)

The InScript corpus contains a total of 1000 narrative texts crowdsourced via Amazon Mechanical Turk. The texts cover 10 different scenarios describing everyday situations like taking a bath, baking a cake etc. It is annotated with script information in the form of scenario-specific events and participants labels. The texts are also annotated with coreference chains linking different mentions of the same entity within the document.

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Reference: Modi, A., Anikina, T. , Ostermann, S. & Pinkal, M. (2016). InScript: Narrative texts annotated with script information. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 16), Portorož, Slovenia.

Contact persons: Ashutosh Modi and Simon Ostermann

Modeling Semantic Expectations

This resource contains the DR predictions (by humans) on the InScript corpus. These were collected using Amazon Mechanical Turk. For details please refer to the paper mentioned below.

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Reference: Modi, A., Titov, I., Demberg, D., Sayeed, A. & Pinkal, M. (2016). Modeling Semantic Expectation: Using Script Knowledge for Referent Prediction. Transactions of Association for Computational Linguistics (TACL)

Contact person: Ashutosh Modi