The presented benefits suggest the application of a complete and decoupled relative coordinate system as a standard good practice in linker design.
Event schemas are structured knowledge sources defining typical real-world scenarios (e. g., going to an airport).
A SLDS is a dynamical system in which the latent dynamics of the system (i. e. how the state vector transforms over time) is controlled by top-level discrete switching variables.
This permits the decoder to softly decide what portions of the latent hierarchy to condition on by attending over the value embeddings for a given setting.
Attention-based neural abstractive summarization systems equipped with copy mechanisms have shown promising results.