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Compositional Matrix-Space Models of Language


Compositional Matrix-Space Models of Language



Published: 2010 Juli

Buchtitel: Proceedings of ACL 2010
Verlag: ACL

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We propose CMSMs, a novel type of generic compositional models for syntactic and semantic aspects of natural language, based on matrix multiplication. We argue for the structural and cognitive plausibility of this model and show that it is able to cover and combine various common compositional NLP approaches ranging from statistical word space models to symbolic grammar formalisms.

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Information Retrieval, Natürliche Sprachverarbeitung