Compositional Approaches for Representing Relations Between Words: A Comparative Study

4 Sep 2017Huda HakamiDanushka Bollegala

Identifying the relations that exist between words (or entities) is important for various natural language processing tasks such as, relational search, noun-modifier classification and analogy detection. A popular approach to represent the relations between a pair of words is to extract the patterns in which the words co-occur with from a corpus, and assign each word-pair a vector of pattern frequencies... (read more)

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