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Challenges for Computational Lexical Semantic Change

@article{Hengchen2021ChallengesFC,
  title={Challenges for Computational Lexical Semantic Change},
  author={Simon Hengchen and Nina Tahmasebi and Dominik Schlechtweg and Haim Dubossarsky},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2101.07668}
}
The computational study of lexical semantic change (LSC) has taken off in the past few years and we are seeing increasing interest in the field, from both computational sciences and linguistics. Most of the research so far has focused on methods for modelling and detecting semantic change using large diachronic textual data, with the majority of the approaches employing neural embeddings. While methods that offer easy modelling of diachronic text are one of the main reasons for the spiking… Expand
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