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Self-learning improvement by means of cloud computing
Gicu Călin DEAC, Crina Narcisa Deac, Costel Emil Cotet, Mihalache GHINEA

Last modified: 2017-11-03

Abstract


This paper describes some results of authors' research in machine reading at scale as a support for self-learning, which combines the challenges of document retrieval (finding the relevant articles) with that of machine comprehension of text (identifying the answer spans from those articles). Our approach combines a search component based on bigram hashing and TF-IDF (term frequency–inverse document frequency) matching with a multi-layer recurrent neural network model trained to detect answers in Wikipedia paragraphs.

Keywords


self-learning, NLP, machine learning

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