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Proceedings of The Fifth Workshop on e-Commerce and NLP (ECNLP 5)
Recently, semantic search has been successfully applied to e-commerce product search and the learned semantic space(s) for query and product encoding are expected to generalize to unseen queries or products. Yet, whether generalization can conveniently emerge has not been thoroughly studied in the domain thus far. In this paper, we examine several general-domain and domain-specific pre-trained Roberta variants and discover that general-domain finetuning does not help generalization, whichdoi:10.18653/v1/2022.ecnlp-1.26 fatcat:r5o2ahftinao3hnmizceomsey4