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Automatically Suggesting Example Sentences of Near-Synonyms for Language Learners

@inproceedings{Huang2016AutomaticallySE,
  title={Automatically Suggesting Example Sentences of Near-Synonyms for Language Learners},
  author={Chieh-Yang Huang and Nicole Peinelt and Lun-Wei Ku},
  booktitle={COLING},
  year={2016}
}
  • Chieh-Yang Huang, Nicole Peinelt, Lun-Wei Ku
  • Published in COLING 2016
  • Computer Science
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    In this paper, we propose GiveMeExample that ranks example sentences according to their capacity of demonstrating the differences among English and Chinese near-synonyms for language learners. [...] Key Method Furthermore, the usage models of the near-synonyms are built by the GMM and Bi-LSTM models to suggest the best elaborative sentences. Experiments show the good performance both in the fill-in-the-blank test and on the manually labeled gold data, that is, the built models can select the appropriate words…Expand Abstract

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