An Improved Non-monotonic Transition System for Dependency Parsing

@inproceedings{Honnibal2015AnIN,
  title={An Improved Non-monotonic Transition System for Dependency Parsing},
  author={Matthew Honnibal and Mark Johnson},
  booktitle={EMNLP},
  year={2015}
}
  • Matthew Honnibal, Mark Johnson
  • Published in EMNLP 2015
  • Computer Science
  • Transition-based dependency parsers usually use transition systems that monotonically extend partial parse states until they identify a complete parse tree. [...] Key Method We describe a new set of non-monotonic transitions that permits a partial parse state to derive a larger set of completed parse trees than previous work, which allows our parser to escape from a larger set of garden paths. A parser with our new nonmonotonic transition system has 91.85% directed attachment accuracy, an improvement of 0.6…Expand Abstract

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