Neural Sentence Ordering

07/23/2016
by   Xinchi Chen, et al.
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Sentence ordering is a general and critical task for natural language generation applications. Previous works have focused on improving its performance in an external, downstream task, such as multi-document summarization. Given its importance, we propose to study it as an isolated task. We collect a large corpus of academic texts, and derive a data driven approach to learn pairwise ordering of sentences, and validate the efficacy with extensive experiments. Source codes and dataset of this paper will be made publicly available.

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