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Multi-dimensional Graph Configuration for Natural Language Processing

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Multi-dimensional Graph Configuration for Natural Language Processing
Many tasks in computational linguistics can be regarded as configuration problems. In this paper, we introduce the notion of lexicalised multi-dimensional configuration problems (lmcps). This class of problems both has a wide range of linguistic applications, and can be solved in a straightforward way using state-of-the-art constraint programming technology. The paper falls into two main parts: We first present examples for linguistic configuration problems and show how to formalise them as constraint satisfaction problems. In the second part, we introduce Extensible Dependency Grammar (xdg), a framework for the development of linguistic resources in the context of lmcps.
Ralph Debusmann, Denys Duchier, Marco Kuhlmann
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where CSLP
Authors Ralph Debusmann, Denys Duchier, Marco Kuhlmann
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