Word Ordering Without Syntax

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Authors Allen Schmaltz, Alexander M. Rush, Stuart M. Shieber
Journal/Conference Name EMNLP 2016 11
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Paper Abstract Recent work on word ordering has argued that syntactic structure is important, or even required, for effectively recovering the order of a sentence. We find that, in fact, an n-gram language model with a simple heuristic gives strong results on this task. Furthermore, we show that a long short-term memory (LSTM) language model is even more effective at recovering order, with our basic model outperforming a state-of-the-art syntactic model by 11.5 BLEU points. Additional data and larger beams yield further gains, at the expense of training and search time.
Date of publication 2016
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