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Learning with Graphs in Natural Language Generation and Relation Extraction

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Graph is a ubiquitous structure in natural language processing (NLP), which describes a collection of entities, represented as nodes, and their pairwise relationships, represented as edges. Many sentence-level meaning representations employ directed, acyclic graphs as the underlying formalism, while most tree-based syntactic representations can also be regarded as graphs. In this talk, we mainly focus on integrating graphs for downstream tasks, such as natural language generation and relation extraction.

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