Semantic role labeling
Semantic role labeling aims to model the predicate-argument structure of a sentence and is often described as answering “Who did what to whom”. BIO notation is typically used for semantic role labeling.
Models are typically evaluated on the OntoNotes benchmark based on F1.
|Model||F1||Paper / Source|
|He et al., (2018) + ELMO||85.5||Jointly Predicting Predicates and Arguments in Neural Semantic Role Labeling|
|(He et al., 2017) + ELMo (Peters et al., 2018)||84.6||Deep contextualized word representations|
|Tan et al. (2018)||82.7||Deep Semantic Role Labeling with Self-Attention|
|He et al. (2018)||82.1||Jointly Predicting Predicates and Arguments in Neural Semantic Role Labeling|
|He et al. (2017)||81.7||Deep Semantic Role Labeling: What Works and What’s Next|