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Structural Disambiguation with Constraint Propagation

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Structural Disambiguation with Constraint Propagation
We present a new grammatical formalism called Constraint Dependency Grammar (CDG) in which every grammatical rule is given as a constraint on wordto-word modifications. CDG parsing is formalized as a constraint satisfaction problem over a finite domain so that efficient constraint-propagation algorithms can be employed to reduce structural ambiguity without generating individual parse trees. The weak generative capacity and the computational complexity of CDG parsing are also discussed.
Hiroshi Maruyama
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Type Conference
Year 1990
Where ACL
Authors Hiroshi Maruyama
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