Cross-lingual Models of Word Embeddings: An Empirical Comparison

  title={Cross-lingual Models of Word Embeddings: An Empirical Comparison},
  author={Shyam Upadhyay and Manaal Faruqui and Chris Dyer and Dan Roth},
Despite interest in using cross-lingual knowledge to learn word embeddings for various tasks, a systematic comparison of the possible approaches is lacking in the literature. We perform an extensive evaluation of four popular approaches of inducing cross-lingual embeddings, each requiring a different form of supervision, on four typologically different language pairs. Our evaluation setup spans four different tasks, including intrinsic evaluation on mono-lingual and cross-lingual similarity… CONTINUE READING
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