Substance over Style: Document-Level Targeted Content Transfer

  title={Substance over Style: Document-Level Targeted Content Transfer},
  author={Allison Hegel and Sudha Rao and A. Çelikyilmaz and B. Dolan},
  • Allison Hegel, Sudha Rao, +1 author B. Dolan
  • Published in EMNLP 2020
  • Computer Science
  • Existing language models excel at writing from scratch, but many real-world scenarios require rewriting an existing document to fit a set of constraints. Although sentence-level rewriting has been fairly well-studied, little work has addressed the challenge of rewriting an entire document coherently. In this work, we introduce the task of document-level targeted content transfer and address it in the recipe domain, with a recipe as the document and a dietary restriction (such as vegan or dairy… CONTINUE READING


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