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Several natural language processing and information retrieval tasks, such as textual entailment, paraphrase identification, etc., rely on pairwise sentence comparison. The most frequently accepted approach to sentence comparison is cross-encoding, which involves mapping sentences against each other on a pair-by-pair basis. However, significant amounts of annotated data are necessary to train these cross-encoders, which is a significant drawback due to their time-consuming nature. 

This stumbling block paved the path for research into how to train entirely unsupervised models for sentence-pair …

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