Distributed Latent Variable Models of Lexical Co-occurrences (2005)

by John Blitzer , Amir Globerson , Fernando Pereira
Venue:IN PROCEEDINGS OF THE INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND STATISTICS
Citations:11 - 1 self

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