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Comunicacio presentada a la 2016 Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics, celebrada a San Diego (CA, EUA) els dies 12 a 17 de juny 2016.
Fixed-vocabulary language models fail to account for one of the most characteristic statistical facts of natural language: the frequent creation and reuse of new word types. Although character-level… Continue Reading
A 94 GHz high performance quadruple subharmonic mixer (4/spl times/SHM) MMIC has been designed and fabricated for a down converter. The required LO frequency is only a quarter of RF frequency which… Continue Reading
We present a neural network architecture to predict a point in color space from the sequence of characters in the color's name. Using large scale color--name pairs obtained from an online color… Continue Reading
We propose a segmental neural language model that combines the representational power of neural networks and the structure learning mechanism of Bayesian nonparametrics, and show that it learns to… Continue Reading
We present a neural network architecture based on bidirectional LSTMs to compute representations of words in the sentential contexts. These context-sensitive word representations are suitable for,… Continue Reading
Unsupervised speech representation learning has shown remarkable success at finding representations that correlate with phonetic structures and improve downstream speech recognition performance.… Continue Reading
We propose a segmental neural language model that combines the generalization power of neural networks with the ability to discover word-like units that are latent in unsegmented character sequences.… Continue Reading