Inducing History Representations for Broad Coverage Statistical Parsing

@inproceedings{Henderson2003InducingHR,
  title={Inducing History Representations for Broad Coverage Statistical Parsing},
  author={James Henderson},
  booktitle={HLT-NAACL},
  year={2003}
}
We present a neural network method for inducing representations of parse histories and using these history representations to estimate the probabilities needed by a statistical left-corner parser. The resulting statistical parser achieves performance (89.1% F-measure) on the Penn Treebank which is only 0.6% below the best current parser for this task, despite using a smaller vocabulary size and less prior linguistic knowledge. Crucial to this success is the use of structurally determined soft… CONTINUE READING
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