Zijie Lin


2022

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Modeling Intra- and Inter-Modal Relations: Hierarchical Graph Contrastive Learning for Multimodal Sentiment Analysis
Zijie Lin | Bin Liang | Yunfei Long | Yixue Dang | Min Yang | Min Zhang | Ruifeng Xu
Proceedings of the 29th International Conference on Computational Linguistics

The existing research efforts in Multimodal Sentiment Analysis (MSA) have focused on developing the expressive ability of neural networks to fuse information from different modalities. However, these approaches lack a mechanism to understand the complex relations within and across different modalities, since some sentiments may be scattered in different modalities. To this end, in this paper, we propose a novel hierarchical graph contrastive learning (HGraph-CL) framework for MSA, aiming to explore the intricate relations of intra- and inter-modal representations for sentiment extraction. Specifically, regarding the intra-modal level, we build a unimodal graph for each modality representation to account for the modality-specific sentiment implications. Based on it, a graph contrastive learning strategy is adopted to explore the potential relations based on unimodal graph augmentations. Furthermore, we construct a multimodal graph of each instance based on the unimodal graphs to grasp the sentiment relations between different modalities. Then, in light of the multimodal augmentation graphs, a graph contrastive learning strategy over the inter-modal level is proposed to ulteriorly seek the possible graph structures for precisely learning sentiment relations. This essentially allows the framework to understand the appropriate graph structures for learning intricate relations among different modalities. Experimental results on two benchmark datasets show that the proposed framework outperforms the state-of-the-art baselines in MSA.

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面向话题的讽刺识别:新任务、新数据和新方法(Topic-Oriented Sarcasm Detection: New Task, New Dataset and New Method)
Bin Liang (梁斌) | Zijie Lin (林子杰) | Bing Qin (秦兵) | Ruifeng Xu (徐睿峰)
Proceedings of the 21st Chinese National Conference on Computational Linguistics

“现有的文本讽刺识别研究通常只停留在句子级别的讽刺表达分类,缺乏考虑讽刺对象对讽刺表达的影响。针对这一问题,本文提出一个新的面向话题的讽刺识别任务。该任务通过话题的引入,以话题作为讽刺对象,有助于更好地理解和建模讽刺表达。对应地,本文构建了一个新的面向话题的讽刺识别数据集。这个数据集包含了707个话题,以及对应的4871个话题-评论对组。在此基础上,基于提示学习和大规模预训练语言模型,提出了一种面向话题的讽刺表达提示学习模型。在本文构建的面向话题讽刺识别数据集上的实验结果表明,相比基线模型,本文所提出的面向话题的讽刺表达提示学习模型取得了更优的性能。同时,实验分析也表明本文提出的面向话题的讽刺识别任务相比传统的句子级讽刺识别任务更具挑战性。”

2021

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HITSZ-HLT at SemEval-2021 Task 5: Ensemble Sequence Labeling and Span Boundary Detection for Toxic Span Detection
Qinglin Zhu | Zijie Lin | Yice Zhang | Jingyi Sun | Xiang Li | Qihui Lin | Yixue Dang | Ruifeng Xu
Proceedings of the 15th International Workshop on Semantic Evaluation (SemEval-2021)

This paper presents the winning system that participated in SemEval-2021 Task 5: Toxic Spans Detection. This task aims to locate those spans that attribute to the text’s toxicity within a text, which is crucial for semi-automated moderation in online discussions. We formalize this task as the Sequence Labeling (SL) problem and the Span Boundary Detection (SBD) problem separately and employ three state-of-the-art models. Next, we integrate predictions of these models to produce a more credible and complement result. Our system achieves a char-level score of 70.83%, ranking 1/91. In addition, we also explore the lexicon-based method, which is strongly interpretable and flexible in practice.

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A Text-Centered Shared-Private Framework via Cross-Modal Prediction for Multimodal Sentiment Analysis
Yang Wu | Zijie Lin | Yanyan Zhao | Bing Qin | Li-Nan Zhu
Findings of the Association for Computational Linguistics: ACL-IJCNLP 2021