Temporal Context/Temporal Conception

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  • These terms refer to temporarily related events in natural-language text. A temporal context scopes changing worldviews and serves as a tool for disambiguating time-dependent events or intervals. For example, the question, “Who was the President of the United States when Hurricane Katarina descended on New Orleans?” needs temporal event detection and context-based reasoning. There are several, standard, approaches to represent time or events in time. The most common approaches include absolute dating scheme, relative event ordering, and duration-based approaches. One of the main problems with temporal context is the lack of absolute timestamp for many events. Temporal conception addresses time as a medium of communication. It attempts to define the way people understand time and make use of it. The perception of physical time as ...

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