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Berant, J., Chou, A., Frostig, R., and Liang, P. (2013). Se- mantic parsing on freebase from question-answer pairs. In EMNLP 2013 . Berant, J. and Liang, P. (2014). Semantic parsing via para- phrasing. In ACL 2014 .
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