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tematres/TemaTres-Vocabulary-Server
Web application for management formal representations of knowledge, like controlled vocabularies, taxonomies, thesauri and glossaries http://www.vocabularyserver.com TemaTres : aplicación para la gestión de vocabularios controlados


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Web application for management formal representations of knowledge, like controlled vocabularies, taxonomies, thesauri and glossaries http://www.vocabularyserver.com TemaTres : aplicación para la gestión de vocabularios controlados


refrr:https://github.com/topics/classification?l=php
tagging  standard  naming  nlp 
5 hours ago by michaelfox
[1707.07328] Adversarial Examples for Evaluating Reading Comprehension Systems
Standard accuracy metrics indicate that reading comprehension systems are making rapid progress, but the extent to which these systems truly understand language remains unclear. To reward systems with real language understanding abilities, we propose an adversarial evaluation scheme for the Stanford Question Answering Dataset (SQuAD). Our method tests whether systems can answer questions about paragraphs that contain adversarially inserted sentences, which are automatically generated to distract computer systems without changing the correct answer or misleading humans. In this adversarial setting, the accuracy of sixteen published models drops from an average of 75% F1 score to 36%; when the adversary is allowed to add ungrammatical sequences of words, average accuracy on four models decreases further to 7%. We hope our insights will motivate the development of new models that understand language more precisely.
adversarial-examples  reading-comprehension  nlp  squad  nlu 
yesterday by arsyed
jacobeisenstein/gt-nlp-class: Course materials for Georgia Tech CS 4650 and 7650, "Natural Language"
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nlp  course 
yesterday by nharbour
🚀 100 Times Faster Natural Language Processing in Python
This concludes our quick introduction on using Cython for NLP. I hope you enjoyed it.
There are a lot of other things to says on Cython but it would get us too far from this simple introduction. The best place to start from now is probably the Cython tutorials for a general overview and spaCy’s Cython page for NLP.
nlp  python  cython  performance 
2 days ago by euler

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