Chinese Long and Short Form Choice Exploiting Neural Network Language Modeling Approaches

Lin Li, Kees van Deemter, Denis Paperno


Abstract
This paper presents our work in long and short form choice, a significant question of lexical choice, which plays an important role in many Natural Language Understanding tasks. Long and short form sharing at least one identical word meaning but with different number of syllables is a highly frequent linguistic phenomenon in Chinese like 老虎-虎(laohu-hu, tiger)
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2020.ccl-1.81
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Proceedings of the 19th Chinese National Conference on Computational Linguistics
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October
Year:
2020
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Haikou, China
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CCL
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Chinese Information Processing Society of China
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874–880
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English
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