Chong Feng


2020

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面向司法领域的高质量开源藏汉平行语料库构建(A High-quality Open Source Tibetan-Chinese Parallel Corpus Construction of Judicial Domain)
Jiu Sha (沙九) | Luqin Zhou (周鹭琴) | Chong Feng (冯冲) | Hongzheng Li (李洪政) | Tianfu Zhang (张天夫) | Hui Hui (慧慧)
Proceedings of the 19th Chinese National Conference on Computational Linguistics

面向司法领域的藏汉机器翻译面临严重的数据稀疏问题。本文将从两个方面展录研究:第一,相比于通用领域,司法领域的藏语要有更严谨的逻辑表达和更多的专业术语。然而,目前藏语资源在司法领域内缺乏对应的语料,稀缺专业术语词以及句法结构。第二,藏语的特殊词汇表达方式和特定句法结构使得通用语料构建方法难以构建藏汉平行语料库。为此,本文提出仺种针对司法领域藏汉平行语料的轻量级构建方法。首先,我们采取人工标注获取一个中等规模的司法领域藏汉专业术语表作为先验知识库,以避免领域越界而产生的语料逻辑表达问题和领域术语缺失问题;其次,我们从全国的地方法庭官网采集实例语料数据,例如裁判文书。我们优先寻找藏文实例数据,其次是汉语,以避免后续构造藏语句子而丢失特殊的词汇表达和句式结构。我们基于以上原则采集藏汉语料构建高质量的藏汉平行语料库,具体方法包括:爬虫获取语料,规则断章对齐检测,语句边界识别,语料库自动清洗。朂终,我们构建了16万级规模的藏汉司法领域语料库,并通过多种翻译模型和交叉实验验证了构建的语料库的高质量特点和鲁棒性。另外,此语料库会弚源以便于相关研究人员用于科研工作。

2019

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A Context-based Framework for Modeling the Role and Function of On-line Resource Citations in Scientific Literature
He Zhao | Zhunchen Luo | Chong Feng | Anqing Zheng | Xiaopeng Liu
Proceedings of the 2019 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing and the 9th International Joint Conference on Natural Language Processing (EMNLP-IJCNLP)

We introduce a new task of modeling the role and function for on-line resource citations in scientific literature. By categorizing the on-line resources and analyzing the purpose of resource citations in scientific texts, it can greatly help resource search and recommendation systems to better understand and manage the scientific resources. For this novel task, we are the first to create an annotation scheme, which models the different granularity of information from a hierarchical perspective. And we construct a dataset SciRes, which includes 3,088 manually annotated resource contexts. In this paper, we propose a possible solution by using a multi-task framework to build the scientific resource classifier (SciResCLF) for jointly recognizing the role and function types. Then we use the classification results to help a scientific resource recommendation (SciResREC) task. Experiments show that our model achieves the best results on both the classification task and the recommendation task. The SciRes dataset is released for future research.

2018

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Genre Separation Network with Adversarial Training for Cross-genre Relation Extraction
Ge Shi | Chong Feng | Lifu Huang | Boliang Zhang | Heng Ji | Lejian Liao | Heyan Huang
Proceedings of the 2018 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing

Relation Extraction suffers from dramatical performance decrease when training a model on one genre and directly applying it to a new genre, due to the distinct feature distributions. Previous studies address this problem by discovering a shared space across genres using manually crafted features, which requires great human effort. To effectively automate this process, we design a genre-separation network, which applies two encoders, one genre-independent and one genre-shared, to explicitly extract genre-specific and genre-agnostic features. Then we train a relation classifier using the genre-agnostic features on the source genre and directly apply to the target genre. Experiment results on three distinct genres of the ACE dataset show that our approach achieves up to 6.1% absolute F1-score gain compared to previous methods. By incorporating a set of external linguistic features, our approach outperforms the state-of-the-art by 1.7% absolute F1 gain. We make all programs of our model publicly available for research purpose

2016

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CSE: Conceptual Sentence Embeddings based on Attention Model
Yashen Wang | Heyan Huang | Chong Feng | Qiang Zhou | Jiahui Gu | Xiong Gao
Proceedings of the 54th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (Volume 1: Long Papers)

2015

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Topic-Based Chinese Message Polarity Classification System at SIGHAN8-Task2
Chun Liao | Chong Feng | Sen Yang | Heyan Huang
Proceedings of the Eighth SIGHAN Workshop on Chinese Language Processing

2012

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Emotional Tendency Identification for Micro-blog Topics Based on Multiple Characteristics
Quanchao Liu | Chong Feng | Heyan Huang
Proceedings of the 26th Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information, and Computation