Type

Conference Proceedings

Authors

Josef van Genabith
Andy Way
Mary Hearne
Ríona Finn

Subjects

Linguistics

Topics
influence groups machine translating probability gf dop grammatical feature data oriented parsing lexical functional grammar

GF-DOP: grammatical feature data-oriented parsing (2006)

Abstract This paper proposes an extension of Tree-DOP which approximates the LFG-DOP model. GF-DOP combines the robustness of the DOP model with some of the linguistic competence of LFG. LFG c-structure trees are augmented with LFG functional information, with the aim of (i) generating more informative parses than Tree-DOP; (ii) improving overall parse ranking by modelling grammatical features; and (iii) avoiding the inconsistent probability models of LFG-DOP. In a number of experiments on the HomeCentre corpus, we report on which (groups of) features most heavily influence parse quality, both positively and negatively.
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Ireland -> Dublin City University -> Subject = Computer Science: Machine translating
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Full list of authors on original publication

Josef van Genabith, Andy Way, Mary Hearne, Ríona Finn

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Josef van Genabith
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