Many Languages, One Parser

@article{Ammar2016ManyLO,
  title={Many Languages, One Parser},
  author={Waleed Ammar and George Mulcaire and Miguel Ballesteros and Chris Dyer and Noah A. Smith},
  journal={TACL},
  year={2016},
  volume={4},
  pages={431-444}
}
We train one model for dependency parsing and use it to parse competitively in several languages. The parsing model uses multilingual word clusters and multilingual word embeddings alongside learned and specified typological information, enabling generalization based on linguistic universals and typological similarities. Our model can also incorporate language-specific features (e.g., fine POS tags), enabling still letting the parser to learn language-specific behaviors. Our parser compares… CONTINUE READING
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