New DFG Project on joining graph- and vector-based sense representations for semantic end-user information access

We are happy to announce that the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft accepted our proposal for extending a joint research project on hybrid semantic representations together with our friends and colleagues of the Language Technology Group of the University of Hamburg.


The project, titled "Joining graph- and vector-based sense representations for semantic end-user information access" (JOIN-T 2) builds upon and aims at bringing our JOIN-T project (also funded funded by DFG) one step forward. Our vision for the next three years is to explore ways to produce semantic representations that combine the interpretability of manually crafted resources and sparse representations with the accuracy and high coverage of dense neural embeddings.

Stay tuned for forthcoming research papers and resources!