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ACL
2009
10 years 11 months ago
Comparing the Accuracy of CCG and Penn Treebank Parsers
We compare the CCG parser of Clark and Curran (2007) with a state-of-the-art Penn Treebank (PTB) parser. An accuracy comparison is performed by converting the CCG derivations into...
Stephen Clark, James R. Curran
EMNLP
2010
10 years 11 months ago
Utilizing Extra-Sentential Context for Parsing
Syntactic consistency is the preference to reuse a syntactic construction shortly after its appearance in a discourse. We present an analysis of the WSJ portion of the Penn Treeba...
Jackie Chi Kit Cheung, Gerald Penn
ACL
2010
10 years 11 months ago
Accurate Context-Free Parsing with Combinatory Categorial Grammar
The definition of combinatory categorial grammar (CCG) in the literature varies quite a bit from author to author. However, the differences between the definitions are important i...
Timothy A. D. Fowler, Gerald Penn
ACL
2006
11 years 2 months ago
Exploring the Potential of Intractable Parsers
We revisit the idea of history-based parsing, and present a history-based parsing framework that strives to be simple, general, and flexible. We also provide a decoder for this pr...
Mark Hopkins, Jonas Kuhn
CORR
2000
Springer
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11 years 1 months ago
Exploiting Diversity in Natural Language Processing: Combining Parsers
Three state-of-the-art statistical parsers are combined to produce more accurate parses, as well as new bounds on achievable Treebank parsing accuracy. Two general approaches are ...
John C. Henderson, Eric Brill
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