Incrementally learning an Incremental parser

author: Yoav Seginer, Institute for Logic, Language & Computation, Dept. of Social Science Informatics, University of Amsterdam
published: Oct. 31, 2007,   recorded: June 2007,   views: 4917


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'What is the relation between the language surface statistics and its hidden syntactic structure?'
To explore this, the author presents an unsupervised parser. Some of the properties of natural language that are used: Tree structures are skewed. Humans process language incrementally. Words have the Zipfian distribution. Bootstrapping in learning.

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