Distributional phrase structure induction

@inproceedings{Klein2001DistributionalPS,
  title={Distributional phrase structure induction},
  author={Dan Klein and Christopher D. Manning},
  booktitle={CoNLL},
  year={2001}
}
Unsupervisedgrammarinductionsystems commonlyjudgepotentialconstituentson thebasisof their effectson thelikelihood of the data. Linguistic justificationsof constituenc y, on the other hand, rely on notionssuchassubstitutabilityandvarying external contexts. We describetwo systemsfor distributionalgrammarinduction whichoperateonsuchprinciples,using part-of-speechtagsas the contextual features. The advantagesand disadvantagesof thesesystemsareexamined,including precision/recalltrade-ofs, error… CONTINUE READING

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