Learning from Non-Binary Constituency Trees via Tensor Decomposition
COLING, pp. 3899-3910, 2020.
Processing sentence constituency trees in binarised form is a common and popular approach in literature. However, constituency trees are non-binary by nature. The binarisation procedure changes deeply the structure, furthering constituents that instead are close. In this work, we introduce a new approach to deal with non-binary constitu...More
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