Morph-fitting: Fine-Tuning Word Vector Spaces with Simple Language-Specific Rules

Morphologically rich languages accentuate two properties of distributional vector space models: 1) the difficulty of inducing accurate representations for low-frequency word forms; and 2) insensitivity to distinct lexical relations that have similar distributional signatures. These effects are detrimental for language understanding systems, which may infer that 'inexpensive' is a rephrasing for 'expensive' or may not associate 'acquire' with 'acquires'... (read more)

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