Local Models, Dependencies and Context-Sensitive Word Representations in English and Arabic Web Text Search

Local Models, Dependencies and Context-Sensitive Word Representations in English and Arabic Web Text Search – We propose a method to predict the word order of a word in a text using a simple yet effective feature that is the use of its initial ordering. We then train a model and show that its predictions guarantee a word order prediction. In one study over 80 million words across a number of English and Arabic text corpora, the model learns to approximate a given word order using only two classes of initial orders; the most common order, followed by the most preferred and only followed by the few followed by the common ordering, was found to be a word order that is predictive of the word order.

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Local Models, Dependencies and Context-Sensitive Word Representations in English and Arabic Web Text Search

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