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1989

Acquiring Disambiguation Rules from Text

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Acquiring Disambiguation Rules from Text
An effective procedure for automatically acquiring a new set of disambiguation rules for an existing deterministic parser on the basis of tagged text is presented. Performance of the automatically acquired rules is much better than the existing handwritten disambiguation rules. The success of the acquired rules depends on using the linguistic information encoded in the parser; enhancements to various components of the parser improves the acquired rule set. This work suggests a path toward more robust and comprehensive syntactic analyzers.
Donald Hindle
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Type Conference
Year 1989
Where ACL
Authors Donald Hindle
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