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Joint Transition-Based Models for Morpho-Syntactic Parsing: Parsing Strategies for MRLs and a Case Study from Modern Hebrew
This work proposes a joint morphosyntactic transition-based framework which formally unifies two distinct transition systems, morphological and syntactic, into a single transition- based system with joint training and joint inference, and empirically shows that MA&D results obtained in the joint settings outperform MA& D results obtained by the respective standalone components. Expand
Evaluating NLP Models via Contrast Sets
A new annotation paradigm for NLP is proposed that helps to close systematic gaps in the test data, and it is recommended that after a dataset is constructed, the dataset authors manually perturb the test instances in small but meaningful ways that change the gold label, creating contrast sets. Expand