Denotation Graph (HTML version)
This page provides an index in the Denotation Graph introduced by Young et al. (2014).
There are three kinds of pages: node pages, denotational similarity (pmi) pages and image pages.
with a large enough denotation ⟦ s
⟧ have their own HTML page:
500 ≤ |⟦ s ⟧|
100 ≤ |⟦ s ⟧| ≤ 500
50 ≤ |⟦ s ⟧| ≤ 100
10 ≤ |⟦ s ⟧| ≤ 50
5 ≤ |⟦ s ⟧| ≤ 10
Each page provides a sample of up to
100 images from the
node's denotation (each image is linked to its own page), links to the most similar nodes, links to the parent nodes in the denotation
graph, and an expandable link that shows its children and (part of) the hierarchy below it.
Each image has a page which shows its five captions, and links to its nodes in the denotation
graph (numbers indicate the number of captions that lead to the node).
Denotational similarity pages
The denotational similarity pages (under the "pmi" directory) show the denotational similarities
of each node.
P. Young, A. Lai, M. Hodosh, J. Hockenmaier From image descriptions to visual denotations: New
similarity metrics for semantic inference over event descriptions Transactions of the
Association for Computational Linguistics (TACL), to appear. pdf