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should you take question mark as a separate word in bigram language modelling when finding probability?

the corpus what is the shape ? what is the colour ? what colour is it ? it is what ? is it red ? what is it ? what shape is it ? it is red it is green the colour is red the shape ...
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sentiment analysis by sentence similarity

How can sentence similarity be used for sentiment analysis? I know we have sentence Bert which can use cosine sim to measure the distance between to vectors (the sentence embeddings), but has anyone ...
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What Happens if I swap the forget gate and update gate in LSTM model?

Consider the following eqautions used in LSTM ( taken from Andrew ng's course on Sequential model) In an LSTM model, LSTM Cell has three inputs at any time step t Input($X_t , a^{(t-1)}, C^{(t-1)})$, ...
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More Information about these Question Answering Systems

My question is about the multi-hop question answering systems described in the page https://hotpotqa.github.io/ and reproduced in the following picture: I am interested in the models BFR-Graph, GSAN-...
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Interpolation for maximum likelihood estimate of unigram and bigram

We are given the following corpus, modified from the one in the chapter: ...
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n-grams textbook question

I have this question I found regarding n-gram modeling in the Speech and Language Processing textbook by Daniel Jurafsky: Suppose we didn’t use the end-symbol ...
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Optimal algorithm for making queries to a database

There is a database of, let's say, 500k English two-word combinations (e.g. "clover arc", "minister horse"). I can search for an arbitrary string and I will get a list of the alphabetically first 1000 ...
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What is the main concept of using lexical,linguistic, semantic or syntactic approach in NLP for cyberbullying

Am really in need of some explanation, am working on a nlp cyberbullying detection tool which i will deploy to the web using django framework, however, am stuck on some idea, can someone explain to me....
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CYK result de-transformation

Suppose we have a rules derived from a treebank. And in order to get a syntax tree of a given sentence we use the cyk algorithm. In order to use the cyk we should convert the rules into chomsky normal ...
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Any references/current work on anomaly detection in conversations?

Suppose I have a lot of data on conversations between humans and chatbots (human text, chatbot text, times, media used for chat, etc), and I want to be able to detect anomalies in these conversations. ...
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Speech to Text API with Unknown Language

I would like to develop an application that outputs text from the audio of 2 possible languages. For ex: Audio might be English or Spanish, it should return the spoken words. Most speech to text ...
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Combining Ontology and Relational Databases in Question Answering system

I'm introducing to the Natural Language Processing field and it's application. I'm planning to build a question answering system for a project, but some approaches are making me a bit confuse about ...
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Gensim LDA all topics zero

I'm trying to run Gensim's LdaModel on a corpus. I load the corpus myself from two XML files. I made a class to iterate over the text pieces in the XML files. It ...
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What is a Neural attention model and how can it be used for text summarization?

We are doing a research on multi-document (one document max 100 words) text summarization. We are looking into abstractive text summarization methods. I need following things to be clarified. Please ...
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Difference between LR parsing and Shift-Reduce parsing?

I'm learning natural language processing and I can't understand the difference between Shift-Reduce parser and LR parser. As I've understood from Wikipedia, shift-reduce is just a name of a class of ...
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API to retrieve answers for general questions

I was looking for a service (with API) where I can ask it a general question (aka, when was Einstein born?) and retrieve an answer from the Web. Is there any available service to do that? Have tried ...
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How can I change the text style?

There are algorithms to change the forms of words, to define the subject of the text, as well as the definition of his style (literary, business, scientific, etc.). Do you have any ready ideas or ...
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Examples for speech recognition systems and spoken dialogue systems

I am collecting material for a MOOC about speech technology. My aim is that students also have examples to try rather than just watching the lecture and some complimentary youtube videos. So the idea ...
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How can feature structures be applied to text summarization?

I'm looking for innovative ways to create text summaries and I was wondering whether feature structures can be used for such a task. Is it possible to create subsume and unification methods that ...
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Common models for inferring semantics (truth/factuality of statements)?

What are common models for creating rules for inferring meanings (e.g. truth values) of natural language statements such as if one wanted to infer the truth value of the input statement John Lennon ...
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Is there a paper/implementation/tool on automatically finding/suggesting similar questions for a given question?

I would like to know whether there is a method to find similar questions for a given question, just like this stackexchange.com does. Is there any paper or tools? I tried keywords such as "...
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NLP: in practice, what should I choose as Start and End symbol?

I'm writing a small program that implements a trigram HMM model and apply it by using Viterbi Algorithm. It's very standardized. However, I have never written anything like this before, and I get ...
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Advantages of knowing foreign languages for natural language processing

I wonder about cases in which knowing several languages can lead a researcher to interesting results in natural language processing. For example, knowledge of foreign languages can without doubt ...

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