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Baselines and test data for cross-lingual inference
In: Agic , Z & Schluter , N 2018 , Baselines and test data for cross-lingual inference . in Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2018) . European Language Resources Association , pp. 3890-3894 . (2018)
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Multilingual Projection for Parsing Truly Low-Resource Languageš
In: ISSN: 2307-387X ; Transactions of the Association for Computational Linguistics ; https://hal.inria.fr/hal-01426754 ; Transactions of the Association for Computational Linguistics, 2016 (2016)
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Multilingual projection for parsing truly low resource languages
In: Agic , Z , Johannsen , A T , Plank , B , Martinez Alonso , H , Schluter , N E & Søgaard , A 2016 , ' Multilingual projection for parsing truly low resource languages ' Transactions of the Association for Computational Linguistics , bind 4 , s. 301-312 . (2016)
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Multilingual Projection for Parsing Truly Low-Resource Languageš
In: ISSN: 2307-387X ; Transactions of the Association for Computational Linguistics ; https://hal.inria.fr/hal-01426754 ; Transactions of the Association for Computational Linguistics, 2016 (2016)
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Multilingual Projection for Parsing Truly Low-Resource Languages
In: Agić , Ž , Johannsen , A , Plank , B , Martínez Alonso , H , Schluter , N & Søgaard , A 2016 , ' Multilingual Projection for Parsing Truly Low-Resource Languages ' Transactions of the Association for Computational Linguistics , vol 4 , pp. 301-312 . (2016)
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Treebank-Based Deep Grammar Acquisition for French Probabilistic Parsing Resources
Abstract: Motivated by the expense in time and other resources to produce hand-crafted grammars, there has been increased interest in wide-coverage grammars automatically obtained from treebanks. In particular, recent years have seen a move towards acquiring deep (LFG, HPSG and CCG) resources that can represent information absent from simple CFG-type structured treebanks and which are considered to produce more language-neutral linguistic representations, such as syntactic dependency trees. As is often the case in early pioneering work in natural language processing, English has been the focus of attention in the first efforts towards acquiring treebank-based deep-grammar resources, followed by treatments of, for example, German, Japanese, Chinese and Spanish. However, to date no comparable large-scale automatically acquired deep-grammar resources have been obtained for French. The goal of the research presented in this thesis is to develop, implement, and evaluate treebank-based deep-grammar acquisition techniques for French. Along the way towards achieving this goal, this thesis presents the derivation of a new treebank for French from the Paris 7 Treebank, the Modified French Treebank, a cleaner, more coherent treebank with several transformed structures and new linguistic analyses. Statistical parsers trained on this data outperform those trained on the original Paris 7 Treebank, which has five times the amount of data. The Modified French Treebank is the data source used for the development of treebank-based automatic deep-grammar acquisition for LFG parsing resources for French, based on an f-structure annotation algorithm for this treebank. LFG CFG-based parsing architectures are then extended and tested, achieving a competitive best f-score of 86.73% for all features. The CFG-based parsing architectures are then complemented with an alternative dependency-based statistical parsing approach, obviating the CFG-based parsing step, and instead directly parsing strings into f-structures.
Keyword: Computational linguistics
URL: http://doras.dcu.ie/16077/1/Thesis-NatalieSchluter2011.pdf
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Dependency parsing resources for French: Converting acquired lexical functional grammar F-Structure annotations and parsing F-Structures directly
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Dependency Parsing Resources for French: Converting Acquired Lexical Functional Grammar F-Structure Annotations and Parsing F-Structures Directly
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Treebank-based acquisition of LFG parsing resources for French
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Preparing, restructuring, and augmenting a French treebank: lexicalised parsers or coherent treebanks?
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The role of aspect in paraphrase operations
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