• #ACL2021NLP #ACL2021 Please check our group’s recent publication at the main conference of @aclmeeting. We uncovered a compositional generalization problem existing in NMT models and contributed a new dataset. Contributed by Yafu Li, Yongjing Yin, Yulong Chen, Yue Zhang.

  • Prof Yue Zhang leads the #NLP lab at Westlake University @Westlake_Uni. Our group focuses on machine learning-based natural language processing, as well as application-oriented tasks, such as web information extraction and financial market prediction. Welcome to join us!

  • #NLProc #ACL2021 G-Transformer for Document-level Machine Translation Paper:arxiv.org/abs/2105.14761 Code:github.com/baoguangsheng/ Our @aclmeeting paper at the main conference introduces locality bias to fix the failure of Transformer training on document-level MT data.

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