Brown clustering is a hard hierarchical agglomerative clustering problem based on distributional information. It is typically applied to text, grouping words into clusters that are assumed to be semantically related by virtue of their having been embedded in similar contexts.

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  • Brown clustering is a hard hierarchical agglomerative clustering problem based on distributional information. It is typically applied to text, grouping words into clusters that are assumed to be semantically related by virtue of their having been embedded in similar contexts. (en)
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  • Brown clustering is a hard hierarchical agglomerative clustering problem based on distributional information. It is typically applied to text, grouping words into clusters that are assumed to be semantically related by virtue of their having been embedded in similar contexts. (en)
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  • Brown clustering (en)
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