[4Xin1-71] Disentangling Style and Content in Text Generation from Data
Keywords:Natural language processing, Text Generation, Data-to-text
Some data-to-text studies especially using real-world data and text show that it may not be possible to predict the target output text only from the input data for a dataset constructed.
When using datasets containing such unpredictable attributes, it has been found that the unpredictable attributes are fed as input, thereby improving the accuracy of text generation and more correctly describing the content of the data.
In this study, we apply a method of disentangling the latent representations of style and content in language models to data-to-text and verify sentence generation using input data and stylistic representations obtained from the sentences.
Furthermore, by classifying the style representations obtained from the sentences, we verify a method for extracting the attributes of the sentences that are not predicted from the input data.
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