Multi-dimensional representation learning for word retrieval


Multi-dimensional representation learning for word retrieval – We present a novel method for generating sentence-level sentences by applying the recently-developed word embeddings to the sentence embedding network which combines word embeddings with a deep recurrent neural network. We train these deep recurrent neural network models on an image corpus where we learn to model the sentence structure over a short period of time. Our approach successfully generates sentences which are consistent with a given corpus with at most a few tens of thousands phrases. Our method has been applied to different tasks using various datasets including video, image and image-based tasks. We show that our approach is particularly robust when dealing with long term dependencies in a noisy environment such as a video or a sentence. We show that the model outperforms a baseline CNN model by an average of 4.5-7.2 TFLOPs per sentence. The task-specific results are also presented and compared to the CNNs that produce short duration sentences.

We present a generic method for annotating structured data by constructing a knowledge base from a knowledge base representing relevant semantic information. We give an experimental evaluation of the method: (1) the method shows consistent improvement, (2) it outperforms state-of-the-art annotated data visualizations as well as the current state-of-the-art data visualizations, including several commonly used annotation tasks, and (3) it generates more useful semantic annotations.

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Multi-dimensional representation learning for word retrieval

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    Semantic Data Visualization using Semantic GatesWe present a generic method for annotating structured data by constructing a knowledge base from a knowledge base representing relevant semantic information. We give an experimental evaluation of the method: (1) the method shows consistent improvement, (2) it outperforms state-of-the-art annotated data visualizations as well as the current state-of-the-art data visualizations, including several commonly used annotation tasks, and (3) it generates more useful semantic annotations.


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