word2ket: Space-efficient Word Embeddings inspired by Quantum Entanglement

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Authors Aliakbar Panahi, Seyran Saeedi, Tom Arodz
Journal/Conference Name ICLR 2020 1
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Paper Abstract Deep learning natural language processing models often use vector word embeddings, such as word2vec or GloVe, to represent words. A discrete sequence of words can be much more easily integrated with downstream neural layers if it is represented as a sequence of continuous vectors. Also, semantic relationships between words, learned from a text corpus, can be encoded in the relative configurations of the embedding vectors. However, storing and accessing embedding vectors for all words in a dictionary requires large amount of space, and may stain systems with limited GPU memory. Here, we used approaches inspired by quantum computing to propose two related methods, {\em word2ket} and {\em word2ketXS}, for storing word embedding matrix during training and inference in a highly efficient way. Our approach achieves a hundred-fold or more reduction in the space required to store the embeddings with almost no relative drop in accuracy in practical natural language processing tasks.
Date of publication 2019
Code Programming Language Python
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