Large-Scale Syntactic Processing : Parsing the Web Final Report of the 2009 JHU CLSP Workshop

@inproceedings{Clark2009LargeScaleSP,
  title={Large-Scale Syntactic Processing : Parsing the Web Final Report of the 2009 JHU CLSP Workshop},
  author={Stephen Clark and Ann Copestake and James R. Curran and Yue Zhang and Aur{\'e}lie Herbelot and James Haggerty and Byung-Gyu Ahn and Curt Van Wyk and Jessika Roesner and Jonathan K. Kummerfeld and Tim Dawborn},
  year={2009}
}
Scalable syntactic processing will underpin the sophisticated language technology needed for next generation information access. Companies are already using nlp tools to create web-scale question answering and “semantic search” engines. Massive amounts of parsed web data will also allow the automatic creation of semantic knowledge resources on an unprecedented scale. The web is a challenging arena for syntactic parsing, because of its scale and variety of styles, genres, and domains. The goals… CONTINUE READING