Document-level Neural Machine Translation with Document Embeddings

09/16/2020 ∙ by Shu Jiang, et al. ∙ 0

Standard neural machine translation (NMT) is on the assumption of document-level context independent. Most existing document-level NMT methods are satisfied with a smattering sense of brief document-level information, while this work focuses on exploiting detailed document-level context in terms of multiple forms of document embeddings, which is capable of sufficiently modeling deeper and richer document-level context. The proposed document-aware NMT is implemented to enhance the Transformer baseline by introducing both global and local document-level clues on the source end. Experiments show that the proposed method significantly improves the translation performance over strong baselines and other related studies.



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