Neural Network-based Models with Commonsense Knowledge for Machine Reading Comprehension

Denis Smirnov


Abstract
State-of-the-art machine reading comprehension models are capable of producing answers for factual questions about a given piece of text. However, some type of questions requires commonsense knowledge which cannot be inferred from the given text passage. Thus, external semantic information could enhance the performance of these models. This PhD research proposal provides a brief overview of some existing machine reading comprehension datasets and models and outlines possible ways of their improvement.
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R19-2014
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Proceedings of the Student Research Workshop Associated with RANLP 2019
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September
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2019
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Varna, Bulgaria
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RANLP
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INCOMA Ltd.
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90–94
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https://aclanthology.org/R19-2014
DOI:
10.26615/issn.2603-2821.2019_014
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Denis Smirnov. 2019. Neural Network-based Models with Commonsense Knowledge for Machine Reading Comprehension. In Proceedings of the Student Research Workshop Associated with RANLP 2019, pages 90–94, Varna, Bulgaria. INCOMA Ltd..
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Neural Network-based Models with Commonsense Knowledge for Machine Reading Comprehension (Smirnov, RANLP 2019)
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