Learning Word-Specific Word Representations via ConvNets


Learning Word-Specific Word Representations via ConvNets – Word embedding provides an important tool for modeling and analyzing large-scale word embeddings. While large-scale word embeddings are well-suited as a model for many languages in the wild, much of the work in large-scale word embedding has focused on the semantic level. The semantic level requires two important aspects of word embeddings. A) the semantic level must not be limited by the semantic embeddings themselves and can be obtained automatically from a human-annotated corpus of sentences. B) words can be grouped in subword pairs in the semantic hierarchy. These two important aspects need to be understood in order to be developed into a good model for large-scale word embedding. In this work, we propose a new semantic embedding model for large-scale word embeddings based on a multilingual dictionary which can be learned and analyzed from a large corpus of sentences describing a language. Our model can easily extract meaningful word relations and semantic associations from a large corpus and is able to perform well on the task of large-scale word embedding.

There is not yet a single method for predicting the human pose of an object using any of a variety of pose estimation methods, but the recent advances in object detection systems have allowed the method to be adapted to a new set of views. In this paper, we focus on the pose estimation problem with the aim of building a method capable of predicting human pose from the viewpoint of object classes. For the current work, we propose a method for predicting the human pose using any of a variety of pose estimation methods, namely, either the pose estimation or a pose estimation algorithm. The proposed method is based on a multi-view pose estimator, a discriminator based on 3D camera segmentation. We also show how the proposed pose estimator can be applied to a pose prediction task. The proposed method was tested on the ImageNet database, where it performed competitively with and outperforming state-of-the-art algorithms. In addition, the proposed pose estimation method was compared to a pose estimation algorithm on two publicly available Object2D datasets, where it did not make any noticeable performance differences.

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Learning Word-Specific Word Representations via ConvNets

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