To the best of our knowledge, this is the first work comprehensively evaluating distillation objectives in both settings.
This demonstrates the benefits of colexification for multilingual NLP.
The resulting measure for the conceptual similarity of two languages is complementary to standard genealogical, typological, and surface similarity measures.
Construction Grammar (CxG) has recently been used as the basis for probing studies that have investigated the performance of large pretrained language models (PLMs) with respect to the structure and meaning of constructions.
Construction Grammar (CxG) is a paradigm from cognitive linguistics emphasising the connection between syntax and semantics.
We introduce CaMEL (Case Marker Extraction without Labels), a novel and challenging task in computational morphology that is especially relevant for low-resource languages.