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The key idea is to utilize word sememes to capture exact meanings of a word within specific contexts accurately.
Recently proposed Skip-gram model is a powerful method for learning high-dimensional word representations that capture rich semantic relationships between words.
An established method for Word Sense Induction (WSI) uses a language model to predict probable substitutes for target words, and induces senses by clustering these resulting substitute vectors.
Thus, we aim to eliminate these requirements and solve the sense granularity problem by proposing AutoSense, a latent variable model based on two observations: (1) senses are represented as a distribution over topics, and (2) senses generate pairings between the target word and its neighboring word.
Word sense induction (WSI) is the task of unsupervised clustering of word usages within a sentence to distinguish senses.
To evaluate our method we construct two 600-word testsets for word-to-synset matching in French and Russian using native speakers and evaluate the performance of our method along with several other recent approaches.