Introduction to Data-Oriented Parsing

@inproceedings{Bod2003IntroductionTD,
  title={Introduction to Data-Oriented Parsing},
  author={Rens Bod and Remko Scha and Khalil Sima},
  year={2003}
}
We present HPSG–DOP, a method for automatically extracting a Stochas-tic Lexicalized Tree Grammar (SLTG) from a HPSG source grammar and a given corpus. 1 Processing of a SLTG is performed by a specialized fast parser. The approach has been tested on a large English grammar and has been shown to achieve additional performance increase compared to parsing with a highly tuned HPSG parser. Our approach is simple and transparent. The extracted grammars are declaratively represented and have a high… CONTINUE READING

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