Constraint Dependency Grammars : SuperARVs , Language Modeling , and Parsing

@inproceedings{Harper2009ConstraintDG,
  title={Constraint Dependency Grammars : SuperARVs , Language Modeling , and Parsing},
  author={Mary P. Harper and Wen Wang},
  year={2009}
}
Over the past ten years, we have been investigating the use of Constraint Dependency Grammar (CDG). This effort began shortly after Maruyama introduced the concept of a CDG (Maruyama, 1990b,c). In Maruyama’s original vision, grammar constraints were used to limit dependencies in the space of potential parses of a sentence to those that are valid. This vision of CDG was adapted by the speech group at Purdue University in order to address speech processing applications and by Menzel and his… CONTINUE READING
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