Search Results for author: Xingran Chen

Found 8 papers, 5 papers with code

Instance-based Learning for Knowledge Base Completion

1 code implementation13 Nov 2022 Wanyun Cui, Xingran Chen

In this paper, we propose a new method for knowledge base completion (KBC): instance-based learning (IBL).

Knowledge Base Completion

1Cademy @ Causal News Corpus 2022: Leveraging Self-Training in Causality Classification of Socio-Political Event Data

1 code implementation4 Nov 2022 Adam Nik, Ge Zhang, Xingran Chen, Mingyu Li, Jie Fu

This paper details our participation in the Challenges and Applications of Automated Extraction of Socio-political Events from Text (CASE) workshop @ EMNLP 2022, where we take part in Subtask 1 of Shared Task 3.

1Cademy @ Causal News Corpus 2022: Enhance Causal Span Detection via Beam-Search-based Position Selector

1 code implementation31 Oct 2022 Xingran Chen, Ge Zhang, Adam Nik, Mingyu Li, Jie Fu

In this paper, we present our approach and empirical observations for Cause-Effect Signal Span Detection -- Subtask 2 of Shared task 3~\cite{tan-etal-2022-event} at CASE 2022.

Data Augmentation Language Modelling +1

Open Rule Induction

2 code implementations NeurIPS 2021 Wanyun Cui, Xingran Chen

One weakness of the previous rule induction systems is that they only find rules within a knowledge base (KB) and therefore cannot generalize to more open and complex real-world rules.

Language Modelling Relation Extraction

Timely Broadcasting in Erasure Networks: Age-Rate Tradeoffs

no code implementations17 Feb 2021 Xingran Chen, Renpu Liu, Shaochong Wang, Shirin Saeedi Bidokhti

The interplay between timeliness and rate efficiency is investigated in packet erasure broadcast channels with feedback.

Information Theory Social and Information Networks Systems and Control Systems and Control Information Theory

Real-time Sampling and Estimation on Random Access Channels: Age of Information and Beyond

no code implementations7 Jul 2020 Xingran Chen, Xinyu Liao, Shirin Saeedi Bidokhti

It is shown that non-oblivious policies offer a multiplicative gain close to $3$ compared to oblivious policies.

Decision Making Scheduling

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