| Heung-Yeung Shum, pdf absCorpora Annotated with Negation: An OverviewSalud María Jiménez-Zafra | 2019-12-18 absData-Driven Sentence Simplification: Survey and BenchmarkFernando Alva-Manchego Our data-driven, quantitative evaluation illuminates important aspects in NMT models and their ability to capture various linguistic phenomena. Our text-based models outperform strong baselines trained on performance metrics only, demonstrating the importance of language usage for action prediction. | We perform experiments on word-based and sentence-based multilingual models and provide both quantitative results and qualitative examples. Materials published in or after 2016 are licensed on a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. | | This article formalizes some restrictions on the notation and its interpretation that are compatible with conventions and principles that have been implicit or informally stated in linguistic theory. We introduce the Computational Linguistics special issue on Multilingual and Interlingual Semantic Representations for Natural Language Processing. We then present experiments on several diverse multilingual word embedding models, in which we relate the probing task performance for a diverse set of languages to a range of five classic NLP tasks: POS-tagging, dependency parsing, semantic role labeling, named entity recognition, and natural language inference. Roei Schuster We present LESSLEX, a novel multilingual lexical resource. Darsh J. Shah pdf bib abs On the Linguistic Representational Power of Neural Machine Translation Models Definition of CL (1a) Computational linguistics is the scientific study of language from a computational perspective. | The Computational Linguistics journal is the primary archival forum for research on computational linguistics and natural language processing. absA Systematic Study of Inner-Attention-Based Sentence Representations in Multilingual Neural Machine TranslationRaúl Vázquez Formerly the American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 10, Number 3-4, July-December 1984, American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 9, Number 1, January-March 1983, American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 9, Number 2, April-June 1983, American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 9, Number 3-4, July-December 1983, American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 8, Number 1, January-March 1982, American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 8, Number 2, April-June 1982, American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 8, Number 3-4, July-December 1982, American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 7, Number 1, January-March 1981, American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 7, Number 2, April-June 1981, American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 7, Number 3, July-September 1981, American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 7, Number 4, October-December 1981, American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 6, Number 1, January-March 1980, American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 6, Number 2, April-June 1980, American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 6, Number 3-4, July-December 1980, American Journal of Computational Linguistics (February 1978), American Journal of Computational Linguistics (June 1978), American Journal of Computational Linguistics (December 1978), American Journal of Computational Linguistics (February 1977), American Journal of Computational Linguistics (May 1977), American Journal of Computational Linguistics (September 1977), American Journal of Computational Linguistics (December 1977), American Journal of Computational Linguistics (February 1976), American Journal of Computational Linguistics (May 1976), American Journal of Computational Linguistics (September 1976), American Journal of Computational Linguistics (December 1976), American Journal of Computational Linguistics (April 1975), American Journal of Computational Linguistics (July 1975), American Journal of Computational Linguistics (September 1975), American Journal of Computational Linguistics (November 1975), American Journal of Computational Linguistics (September 1974), American Journal of Computational Linguistics (December 1974), Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 International License, Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. Computational Linguistics Journal (2018) Contents. The following list of topics gives an overview of typical research fields relevant to the JLCL community: This was as early as 1970. ;] | Register with this site; Forgot your password? | This article describes the development of Microsoft XiaoIce, the most popular social chatbot in the world. Transactions of the Association for Computational Linguistics (TACL) is an ACL-sponsored journal published by MIT Press that publishes papers in all areas of computational linguistics and natural language processing. Hassan Sajjad bib We take into account both intelligent quotient and emotional quotient in system design, cast human–machine social chat as decision-making over Markov Decision Processes, and optimize XiaoIce for long-term user engagement, measured in expected Conversation-turns Per Session (CPS). | We show how XiaoIce dynamically recognizes human feelings and states, understands user intent, and responds to user needs throughout long conversations. We analyze the representations learned by neural machine translation (NMT) models at various levels of granularity and evaluate their quality through relevant extrinsic properties. Particularly, we present a latent Dirichlet allocation–based analysis, where we interpret model predictions in terms of correlated topics. bib | Notable findings include the following observations: (i) Word morphology and part-of-speech information are captured at the lower layers of the model; (ii) In contrast, lexical semantics or non-local syntactic and semantic dependencies are better represented at the higher layers of the model; (iii) Representations learned using characters are more informed about word-morphology compared to those learned using subword units; and (iv) Representations learned by multilingual models are richer compared to bilingual models. We introduce a methodology for comparing languages based on their organization of semantic concepts. Sports competitions are widely researched in computer and social science, with the goal of understanding how players act under uncertainty. XiaoIce is uniquely designed as an artifical intelligence companion with an emotional connection to satisfy the human need for communication, affection, and social belonging. In particular, we seek answers to the following questions: (i) How accurately is word structure captured within the learned representations, which is an important aspect in translating morphologically rich languages? 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