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I came across the term MNLI-(m/mm) in Table 1 of the paper BERT: Pre-training of Deep Bidirectional Transformers for Language Understanding. I know what MNLI stands for, i.e. Multi-Genre Natural Language Inference, but I'm just unsure about the -(m/mm) part.

I tried to find some information about this in the paper GLUE: A Multi-Task Benchmark and Analysis Platform for Natural Language Understanding, but this explained only the basic Multi-Genre Language Inference concept. I assume that the m/mm part was introduced later, but this doesn't make any sense because the BERT paper appeared earlier.

It would be nice if someone knows this or has a paper that explains this.

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as far as I have found out it stands for a different type of task.

I have found it here. https://colab.research.google.com/github/huggingface/notebooks/blob/master/examples/text_classification.ipynb#scrollTo=kTCFado4IrIc

It states that mnli-mm stands for the mismatched version of MNLI That means that the mnli-m would mean matched version of MNLI

On the following link is more about the MNLI: https://cims.nyu.edu/~sbowman/multinli/

Hope this helps you.

Cheers.

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