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JMLR
2010
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Inducing Tree-Substitution Grammars
Inducing a grammar from text has proven to be a notoriously challenging learning task despite decades of research. The primary reason for its difficulty is that in order to induce...
Trevor Cohn, Phil Blunsom, Sharon Goldwater
COLING
2010
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RTG based surface realisation for TAG
Surface realisation with grammars integrating flat semantics is known to be NP complete. In this paper, we present a new algorithm for surface realisation based on Feature Based T...
Claire Gardent, Laura Perez-Beltrachini
BALT
2010
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Grammatical Aspects: Coping with Duplication and Tangling in Language Specifications
For the purposes of tool development, computer languages are usually described using context-free grammars with annotations such as semantic actions or pretty-printing instructions...
Andrey Breslav
CVPR
2011
IEEE
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Shape Grammar Parsing via Reinforcement Learning
This paper tackles shape grammar parsing for facade segmentation using a novel optimization approach based on reinforcement learning (RL). To this end, we use a binary recursive g...
Olivier Teboul, Iasonas Kokkinos, Panagiotis Kouts...
IALP
2009
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Improving the Performance of the Link Parser
The paper describes an approach to extend the coverage of a Link Grammar based parser on the constructions that are not being handled currently by the grammar. There are about thir...
Yalamanchi Viswanatha Naidu, Anil Kumar Singh, Dip...
FLAIRS
2009
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Are Ontologies Involved in Natural Language Processing?
For certain disable persons unable to communicate, we present a palliative aid which consist of a virtual pictographic keyboard associated to a text processing from a pictographic...
Maryvonne Abraham
DLT
2009
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Strongly Regular Grammars and Regular Approximation of Context-Free Languages
Abstract. We consider algorithms for approximating context
Ömer Egecioglu
ACL
2009
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A Statistical Machine Translation Model Based on a Synthetic Synchronous Grammar
Recently, various synchronous grammars are proposed for syntax-based machine translation, e.g. synchronous context-free grammar and synchronous tree (sequence) substitution gramma...
Hongfei Jiang, Muyun Yang, Tiejun Zhao, Sheng Li, ...
ACL
2009
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Using Generation for Grammar Analysis and Error Detection
We demonstrate that the bidirectionality of deep grammars, allowing them to generate as well as parse sentences, can be used to automatically and effectively identify errors in th...
Michael Goodman, Francis Bond
NAACL
2010
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Testing a Grammar Customization System with Sahaptin
I briefly describe a system for automatically creating an implemented grammar of a natural language based on answers to a web-based questionnaire, then present a grammar of Sahapt...
Scott Drellishak
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