kk2018 at SemEval-2020 Task 9: Adversarial Training for Code-Mixing Sentiment Classification

by   Jiaxiang Liu, et al.

Code switching is a linguistic phenomenon that may occur within a multilingual setting where speakers share more than one language. With the increasing communication between groups with different languages, this phenomenon is more and more popular. However, there are little research and data in this area, especially in code-mixing sentiment classification. In this work, the domain transfer learning from state-of-the-art uni-language model ERNIE is tested on the code-mixing dataset, and surprisingly, a strong baseline is achieved. Furthermore, the adversarial training with a multi-lingual model is used to achieve 1st place of SemEval-2020 Task 9 Hindi-English sentiment classification competition.


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