Liner Yang


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面向汉语作为第二语言学习的个性化语法纠错(Personalizing Grammatical Error Correction for Chinese as a Second Language)
Shengsheng Zhang (张生盛) | Guina Pang (庞桂娜) | Liner Yang (杨麟儿) | Chencheng Wang (王辰成) | Yongping Du (杜永萍) | Erhong Yang (杨尔弘) | Yaping Huang (黄雅平)
Proceedings of the 19th Chinese National Conference on Computational Linguistics


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基于BERT与柱搜索的中文释义生成(Chinese Definition Modeling Based on BERT and Beam Seach)
Qinan Fan (范齐楠) | Cunliang Kong (孔存良) | Liner Yang (杨麟儿) | Erhong Yang (杨尔弘)
Proceedings of the 19th Chinese National Conference on Computational Linguistics


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汉语学习者依存句法树库构建(Construction of a Treebank of Learner Chinese)
Jialu Shi (师佳璐) | Xinyu Luo (罗昕宇) | Liner Yang (杨麟儿) | Dan Xiao (肖丹) | Zhengsheng Hu (胡正声) | Yijun Wang (王一君) | Jiaxin Yuan (袁佳欣) | Yu Jingsi (余婧思) | Erhong Yang (杨尔弘)
Proceedings of the 19th Chinese National Conference on Computational Linguistics



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The BLCU System in the BEA 2019 Shared Task
Liner Yang | Chencheng Wang
Proceedings of the Fourteenth Workshop on Innovative Use of NLP for Building Educational Applications

This paper describes the BLCU Group submissions to the Building Educational Applications (BEA) 2019 Shared Task on Grammatical Error Correction (GEC). The task is to detect and correct grammatical errors that occurred in essays. We participate in 2 tracks including the Restricted Track and the Unrestricted Track. Our system is based on a Transformer model architecture. We integrate many effective methods proposed in recent years. Such as, Byte Pair Encoding, model ensemble, checkpoints average and spell checker. We also corrupt the public monolingual data to further improve the performance of the model. On the test data of the BEA 2019 Shared Task, our system yields F0.5 = 58.62 and 59.50, ranking twelfth and fourth respectively.


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A Novel Fast Framework for Topic Labeling Based on Similarity-preserved Hashing
Xian-Ling Mao | Yi-Jing Hao | Qiang Zhou | Wen-Qing Yuan | Liner Yang | Heyan Huang
Proceedings of COLING 2016, the 26th International Conference on Computational Linguistics: Technical Papers

Recently, topic modeling has been widely applied in data mining due to its powerful ability. A common, major challenge in applying such topic models to other tasks is to accurately interpret the meaning of each topic. Topic labeling, as a major interpreting method, has attracted significant attention recently. However, most of previous works only focus on the effectiveness of topic labeling, and less attention has been paid to quickly creating good topic descriptors; meanwhile, it’s hard to assign labels for new emerging topics by using most of existing methods. To solve the problems above, in this paper, we propose a novel fast topic labeling framework that casts the labeling problem as a k-nearest neighbor (KNN) search problem in a probability vector set. Our experimental results show that the proposed sequential interleaving method based on locality sensitive hashing (LSH) technology is efficient in boosting the comparison speed among probability distributions, and the proposed framework can generate meaningful labels to interpret topics, including new emerging topics.