RUSSE: The First Workshop on Russian Semantic Similarity

  title={RUSSE: The First Workshop on Russian Semantic Similarity},
  author={Alexander Panchenko and Natalia V. Loukachevitch and Dmitry Ustalov and Denis Paperno and Christian Meyer and Natalia Konstantinova},
The paper gives an overview of the Russian Semantic Similarity Evaluation (RUSSE) shared task held in conjunction with the Dialogue 2015 conference. There exist a lot of comparative studies on semantic similarity, yet no analysis of such measures was ever performed for the Russian language. Exploring this problem for the Russian language is even more interesting, because this language has features, such as rich morphology and free word order, which make it significantly different from English… CONTINUE READING
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