SimLex-999: Evaluating Semantic Models with (Genuine) Similarity Estimation

CL 2015 Felix HillRoi ReichartAnna Korhonen

We present SimLex-999, a gold standard resource for evaluating distributional semantic models that improves on existing resources in several important ways. First, in contrast to gold standards such as WordSim-353 and MEN, it explicitly quantifies similarity rather than association or relatedness, so that pairs of entities that are associated but not actually similar [Freud, psychology] have a low rating... (read more)

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