A Fast, Accurate, Non-Projective, Semantically-Enriched Parser

@inproceedings{Tratz2011AFA,
  title={A Fast, Accurate, Non-Projective, Semantically-Enriched Parser},
  author={Stephen Tratz and Eduard H. Hovy},
  booktitle={EMNLP},
  year={2011}
}
Dependency parsers are critical components within many NLP systems. However, currently available dependency parsers each exhibit at least one of several weaknesses, including high running time, limited accuracy, vague dependency labels, and lack of nonprojectivity support. Furthermore, no commonly used parser provides additional shallow semantic interpretation, such as preposition sense disambiguation and noun compound interpretation. In this paper, we present a new dependency-tree conversion… CONTINUE READING
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