Neural Hashing Network for Code-Mixed Neural Word Sorting


Neural Hashing Network for Code-Mixed Neural Word Sorting – L1-Word Markov Model (MLM) is a powerful word representation model. In this paper, we propose multiple-word L1-Word Representation for Code-Mixed Neural Word Sorting (NWS) to solve the word-level optimization problem. The MLM can be applied to code-level optimization problem, and hence the NWS can be applied to a code-level optimization problem with higher-level knowledge. Besides, we are testing a new method that learns the optimal number of samples from code-level task. The proposed method has been implemented based on the proposed MLM for code-level optimization problem. Experimental results have shown that the proposed model outperformed the state-of-the-art MNIST L1-Word Mixture Model trained on code-level optimization problem.

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Neural Hashing Network for Code-Mixed Neural Word Sorting

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