Patents Phrase to Phrase Semantic Matching Dataset

  title={Patents Phrase to Phrase Semantic Matching Dataset},
  author={Grigor Aslanyan and Ian Wetherbee},
There are many general purpose benchmark datasets for Semantic Textual Similarity but none of them are focused on technical concepts found in patents and scientific publications. This work aims to fill this gap by presenting a new human rated contextual phrase to phrase matching dataset. The entire dataset contains close to 50 , 000 rated phrase pairs, each with a CPC (Cooperative Patent Classification) class as a context. This paper describes the dataset and some baseline models. 

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