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Context-free versus Context-Dependent Constituency Relations: A False Dichotomy

@inproceedings{Garzn2004ContextfreeVC,
  title={Context-free versus Context-Dependent Constituency Relations: A False Dichotomy},
  author={Francisco Calvo Garz{\'o}n},
  booktitle={AAAI Technical Report},
  year={2004}
}
  • Francisco Calvo Garzón
  • Published in AAAI Technical Report 2004
  • Computer Science
  • In this paper I articulate a notion of constituency orthogonal both to classical and connectionist approaches. I shall consider three “structure-in-time” connectionist networks (Simple Recurrent Networks, Long Short-Term Memory Models, and Non-classical Connectionist Parsers). I shall argue that explaining compositionality by means of any of these models drives us to an information-processing blind alley. In my view, human combinatorial behaviour must be grounded in sensori-motor activity and… CONTINUE READING
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