LSX_team5 at SemEval-2022 Task 8: Multilingual News Article Similarity Assessment based on Word- and Sentence Mover’s Distance

@inproceedings{Heil2022LSX\_team5AS,
  title={LSX\_team5 at SemEval-2022 Task 8: Multilingual News Article Similarity Assessment based on Word- and Sentence Mover’s Distance},
  author={Stefan Heil and Karina Kopp and Albin Zehe and Konstantin Kobs and Andreas Hotho},
  booktitle={International Workshop on Semantic Evaluation},
  year={2022}
}
This paper introduces our submission for the SemEval 2022 Task 8: Multilingual News Article Similarity. The task of the competition consisted of the development of a model, capable of determining the similarity between pairs of multilingual news articles. To address this challenge, we evaluated the Word Mover’s Distance in conjunction with word embeddings from ConceptNet Numberbatch and term frequencies of WorldLex, as well the Sentence Mover’s Distance based on sentence embeddings generated by… 

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