Corpus-Based Induction of Syntactic Structure : Models of Constituency and Dependency

@inproceedings{Klein2004CorpusBasedIO,
  title={Corpus-Based Induction of Syntactic Structure : Models of Constituency and Dependency},
  author={Dan Klein and Christopher D. Manning},
  year={2004}
}
The task of statistically inducing hierarchical syntactic structure over unannotated sentences of natural language has received a great deal of attention (Carroll and Charniak, 1992a; Pereira and Schabes, 1992; Brill, 1993; Stolcke and Omohundro, 1994). Researchers have explored this problem for a variety of reasons: to argue empirically against the poverty of the stimulus (Clark, 2001), to use induction systems as a first stage in constructing large treebanks (van Zaanen, 2000), to build… CONTINUE READING
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