Cross-Cutting Models of Lexical Semantics

  title={Cross-Cutting Models of Lexical Semantics},
  author={Joseph Reisinger and Raymond J. Mooney},
Context-dependent word similarity can be measured over multiple cross-cutting dimensions. For example, lung and breath are similar thematically, while authoritative and superficial occur in similar syntactic contexts, but share little semantic similarity. Both of these notions of similarity play a role in determining word meaning, and hence lexical semantic models must take them both into account. Towards this end, we develop a novel model, Multi-View Mixture (MVM), that represents words as… CONTINUE READING
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