Information Propagation by Composited Labels in Natural Language Processing

05/23/2022
by   Takeshi Inagaki, et al.
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In natural language processing (NLP), labeling on regions of text, such as words, sentences and paragraphs, is a basic task. In this paper, label is defined as map between mention of entity in a region on text and context of entity in a broader region on text containing the mention. This definition naturally introduces linkage of entities induced from inclusion relation of regions, and connected entities form a graph representing information flow defined by map. It also enables calculation of information loss through map using entropy, and entropy lost is regarded as distance between two entities over a path on graph.

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