Antoine Bride

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Over the last two decades, numerous algorithms have been developed that successfully capture something of the semantics of single words by looking at their distribution in text and comparing these distributions in a vector space model. However, it is not straightforward to construct meaning representations beyond the level of individual words – i.e. the(More)
In the course of the last two decades, numerous algorithms have sprouted up that successfully capture the semantics of single words by looking at their distribution in text, and comparing these distributions in a vector space model. However, it is not straightforward to construct meaning representations beyond the level of individual words – i.e. the(More)
In this article, we explore an integration of a formal semantic approach to lexical meaning and an approach based on distributional methods. First, we outline a formal semantic theory that aims to combine the virtues of both formal and distributional frameworks. We then proceed to develop an algebraic interpretation of that formal semantic theory and show(More)
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