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Jointly learning word embeddings using a corpus and a knowledge base

Contributions ichi Kawarabayashi. Conceptualization: Mohammed Alsuhaibani, Danushka Bollegala, Takanori Maehara, KenData curation: Mohammed Alsuhaibani, Danushka Bollegala. Formal analysis: Mohammed ... Alsuhaibani. Funding acquisition: Ken-ichi Kawarabayashi. Investigation: Mohammed Alsuhaibani, Danushka Bollegala. Kawarabayashi. Project administration: Danushka Bollegala. Resources: Danushka Bollegala

Iterative Keystroke Continuous Authentication: A Time Series Based Approach

Danushka Bollegala 2 Frans Coenen 3 Abdullah Alshehri Keyboard typing patterns are a form of behavioural biometric that can be usefully employed for the purpose of user authentication. The technique has

Learning linear transformations between counting-based and prediction-based word embeddings

visualisations shown in the paper are a first attempt at such an analysis. We plan to peruse those research directions in our future work. Author Contributions Data curation: Danushka Bollegala, Kohei Hayashi ... . Formal analysis: Danushka Bollegala, Kohei Hayashi. Funding acquisition: Ken-ichi Kawarabayashi. Investigation: Danushka Bollegala, Kohei Hayashi. Methodology: Danushka Bollegala, Kohei Hayashi

An iterative approach for the global estimation of sentence similarity

Measuring the similarity between two sentences is often difficult due to their small lexical overlap. Instead of focusing on the sets of features in two given sentences between which we must measure similarity, we propose a sentence similarity method that considers two types of constraints that must be satisfied by all pairs of sentences in a given corpus. Namely, (a) if two...

A Cross-Lingual Similarity Measure for Detecting Biomedical Term Translations

Bilingual dictionaries for technical terms such as biomedical terms are an important resource for machine translation systems as well as for humans who would like to understand a concept described in a foreign language. Often a biomedical term is first proposed in English and later it is manually translated to other languages. Despite the fact that there are large monolingual...

Metaphor Interpretation Using Paraphrases Extracted from the Web

an unsupervised setting. - Funding: Danushka Bollegala is supported by the Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) under the Young Researcher Grant and Microsoft Research Asia (MSRA