Fluency-based machine learning methods for the evaluation of legal texts


Fluency-based machine learning methods for the evaluation of legal texts – The use of natural language to help people understand, reason about and understand is a major issue in social science research. In this paper, we investigate whether or not natural language is a powerful tool for cognitive science assessment. We perform a series of experiments to evaluate the effectiveness and computational cost of natural language processing technologies, i.e. cognitive systems and cognitive processing systems. We present several results that show that natural language processing technologies can offer very substantial and efficient machine learning capabilities.

In this paper we present a novel framework for predicting the importance of an actor’s performance in StarCraft games using a sequence of simple examples. This framework applies probabilistically, learning to a player’s state in a game, and to a character’s actions in the game via the model of the actor’s performance on a sequence of simple examples. We show that this framework outperforms the state-of-the-art predictions and we explore the idea to use probabilistic models through different learning methods. We show that learning to perform at the level of a human actor results in significant improvements over classical probabilistic models that do not learn to play at this level of a human actor.

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Fluency-based machine learning methods for the evaluation of legal texts

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    The Role of Intensive Regression in Learning to Play StarCraftIn this paper we present a novel framework for predicting the importance of an actor’s performance in StarCraft games using a sequence of simple examples. This framework applies probabilistically, learning to a player’s state in a game, and to a character’s actions in the game via the model of the actor’s performance on a sequence of simple examples. We show that this framework outperforms the state-of-the-art predictions and we explore the idea to use probabilistic models through different learning methods. We show that learning to perform at the level of a human actor results in significant improvements over classical probabilistic models that do not learn to play at this level of a human actor.


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