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Principle based parsing for machine translation

by Bonnie J. Dorr
Publisher:
Release Date: 1987
Genre: Languages, Artificial

Many syntactic parsing strategies for machine translation systems are based entirely on context-free grammars. These parsers require an overwhelming number of rules; thus, translation systems using rule-based parsers either have limited linguistic coverage, or they have poor performance due to formi

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Parsing with Principles and Classes of Information

by Paola Merlo
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date: 2012-12-06
Genre: Computers

Parsing with Principles and Classes of Information presents a parser based on current principle-based linguistic theories for English. It argues that differences in the kind of information being computed, whether lexical, structural or syntactic, play a crucial role in the mapping from grammatical t

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Implementation of a Principle based Parser

by Massimo Paolucci
Publisher:
Release Date: 1994
Genre: Computational linguistics

The theory underlying the implementation guarantees that the revision process fails with all and only garden path sentences. When the failure of the revision process is caused by the On-Line Locality Principle the parser attempts to build a different structure that violates the On- Line Locality Pri

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Natural Language Parsing and Linguistic Theories

by U. Reyle
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date: 2012-12-06
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines

presupposition fails, we now give a short introduction into Unification Grammar. Since all implementations discussed in this volume use PROLOG (with the exception of BlockjHaugeneder), we felt that it would also be useful to explain the difference between unification in PROLOG and in UG. After the i

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Toward a Principle Based Parser

by G. E. Barton (Jr)
Publisher:
Release Date: 1984
Genre:

Parser design lags behind linguistic theory. While modern transformational grammar has largely abandoned complex, language-specific rule systems in favor of modular subsystems of principles and parameters, the rule systems that underlie existing natural-language parsers are still large, detailed and

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