Author : Qi Zhai
Affiliation : National University of Defense Technology
Country : China
Category : Computer Science & Information Technology
Volume, Issue, Month, Year : 11, 01, January, 2021
Recently, Chinese event detection has attracted more and more attention. As a special kind of hieroglyphics, Chinese glyphs are semantically useful but still unexplored in this task. In this paper, we propose a novel Glyph-Aware Fusion Network, named GlyFN. It introduces the glyphs' information into the pre-trained language model representation. To obtain a better representation, we design a Vector Linear Fusion mechanism to fuse them. Specifically, it first utilizes a max-pooling to capture salient information. Then, we use the linear operation of vectors to retain unique information. Moreover, for large-scale unstructured text, we distribute the data into different clusters parallelly. Finally, we conduct extensive experiments on ACE2005 and large-scale data. Experimental results show that GlyFN obtains increases of 7.48(10.18%) and 6.17(8.7%) in the F1-score for trigger identification and classification over the state-of-the-art methods, respectively. Furthermore, the event detection task for large-scale unstructured text can be efficiently accomplished through distribution.
Keyword : Distributed Chinese Event Detection, Fusion Network, Glyph.
For More Details : https://aircconline.com/csit/papers/vol11/csit110114.pdf
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