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bib In this article, the knowledge transfer mechanisms behind different multilingual topic models are systematically studied, and through a broad set of experiments with four models on ten languages, we provide empirical insights that can inform the selection and future development of multilingual topic models. absThe Design and Implementation of XiaoIce, an Empathetic Social ChatbotLi Zhou | The Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands Journal (CLIN Journal) provides an international forum for the electronic publication of high-quality scholarly articles in all areas of computational linguistics, language and speech technology. Since machine translation began to emerge about fifty years ago, CL has grown and developed exponentially. 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. | Complementarily, Computational Linguistics (CL) is an interdisciplinary research field concerned with the processing of languages by computers. | 9 Pustejovsky (artificial intelligence and computational linguistics, Brandeis U. It has led to substantial contributions to the linguistic literature and to the construction of large-scale descriptions of particular languages. Moreover, the models that utilize both textual input and past-performance metrics produced the best results. absCorpora Annotated with Negation: An OverviewSalud María Jiménez-Zafra María Teresa Martín-Valdivia The ACL Anthology is managed and built by the ACL Anthology team of volunteers. Natural language annotation for machine learning org/) is an electronic journal in French for researchers and practitioners in fields related to applied linguistics, didactics, psycholinguistics, educational sciences, computational linguistics , and computer science. Computational Linguistics is the only publication devoted exclusively to the design and analysis of natural language processing systems. bib Abstract syntax is an interlingual representation used in compilers. Nadir Durrani 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. All content is freely available in electronic format (Full text HTML, PDF, and PDF Plus) to readers across the globe. These results indicate that multilingual distributional representations that are only trained on monolingual text and bilingual dictionaries preserve relations between languages without the need for any etymological information. The book was honored with a review in Computational Linguistics journal. Mathias Creutz This is a research oriented program in which students can take advanced courses related to their area of specialization in the first year and devote the second year entirely towards their research thesis. The simplest examples are the use of computers to scan text and produce such aids as word lists, frequency counts, and concordances. Extensive experimentations with high- and low-resource languages from two different data sets show that our method achieves better performance than existing adversarial and non-adversarial approaches and is also competitive with the supervised system. We show how XiaoIce dynamically recognizes human feelings and states, understands user intent, and responds to user needs throughout long conversations. 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Enrico Mensa We situate the special issue’s five articles in the context of our fast-changing field, explaining our motivation for this project. Computational Linguistics Journal (2018) Contents. Computational linguistics (CL) is an interdisciplinary mix of computer science and linguistics with additional insights drawn from areas such as psycholinguistics and the philosophy of language. The ACL Anthology is managed and built by the ACL Anthology team of volunteers. To address this, we introduce 15 type-level probing tasks such as case marking, possession, word length, morphological tag count, and pseudoword identification for 24 languages. ;] In addition, we propose a measure to identify semantic drift between language families. In this article, we investigate adversarial autoencoder for unsupervised word translation and propose two novel extensions to it that yield more stable training and improved results. Formerly the American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 12, Number 3, July-September 1986, Computational Linguistics. absLessLex: Linking Multilingual Embeddings to SenSe Representations of LEXical ItemsDavide Colla In particular, we show that larger intermediate layers not only improve translation quality, especially for long sentences, but also push the accuracy of trainable classification tasks. Formerly the American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 10, Number1, January-March 1984, Computational Linguistics. GF provides grammar resources for over 40 languages, enabling accurate generation and translation, as well as grammar engineering tools and components for mobile and Web applications. Formerly the American Journal of Computational Linguistics, Volume 10, Number 2, April-June 1984, Computational Linguistics. The availability of corpora annotated with negation is essential to training negation processing systems. Specifically, it was previously unclear whether linguistic signals gathered from players’ interviews can add information that does not appear in performance metrics. The Computational Linguistics journal is the primary archival forum for research on computational linguistics and natural language processing. Welcome to the TACL submission site! 21.01.2019 Article in the Journal for Language Technology and Computational Linguistics (JLCL) Simon Clematide, Lenz Furrer and Martin Volk published an article in the Journal for Language Technology and Computational Linguistics (JLCL): “Crowdsourcing the OCR Ground Truth of a German and French Cultural Heritage Corpus.” We present a reusable methodology for creation and evaluation of such tests in a multilingual setting, which is challenging because of a lack of resources, lower quality of tools, and differences among languages. pdf bib abs On the Linguistic Representational Power of Neural Machine Translation Models Predicting In-Game Actions from Interviews of, Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 International License, Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. Our text-based models outperform strong baselines trained on performance metrics only, demonstrating the importance of language usage for action prediction. Rik van Noord James Glass, pdf | | XiaoIce is uniquely designed as an artifical intelligence companion with an emotional connection to satisfy the human need for communication, affection, and social belonging. Analyses of semantic drift in multilingual representations can serve two purposes: They can indicate unwanted characteristics of the computational models and they provide a quantitative means to study linguistic phenomena across languages. These approaches, broadly termed stylometry, have found success in source attribution and misinformation detection in human-written texts. Ronald M. Kaplan, pdf Pascale Fung Prasanth Kolachina, pdf Shafiq Joty, pdf As a result, for each term we have thus the “blended” terminological vector along with those describing all senses associated to that term. This article describes the development of Microsoft XiaoIce, the most popular social chatbot in the world. A Bachelor's degree in computational linguistics, natural language processing, computer science, linguistics or a related field is required. All articles are published under a CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 license. Permission is granted to make copies for the purposes of teaching and research. Magda Ševčíková, pdf This was as early as 1970. I would like to thank you for making the book freely available over Internet. Sports competitions are widely researched in computer and social science, with the goal of understanding how players act under uncertainty. Michael J. Paul, pdf LESSLEX has been tested on three tasks relevant to lexical semantics: conceptual similarity, contextual similarity, and semantic text similarity. 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