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Improved Semantic Role Labeling using Parameterized Neighborhood Memory Adaptation

  title={Improved Semantic Role Labeling using Parameterized Neighborhood Memory Adaptation},
  author={Ishan Jindal and Ranit Aharonov and Siddhartha Brahma and Huaiyu Zhu and Yunyao Li},
Deep neural models achieve some of the best results for semantic role labeling. Inspired by instance-based learning that utilizes nearest neighbors to handle low-frequency context-specific training samples, we investigate the use of memory adaptation techniques in deep neural models. We propose a parameterized neighborhood memory adaptive (PNMA) method that uses a parameterized representation of the nearest neighbors of tokens in a memory of activations and makes predictions based on the most… 

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