Parse Fitting and Prose Fixing: Getting a Hold on III-Formedness

@article{Jensen1983ParseFA,
  title={Parse Fitting and Prose Fixing: Getting a Hold on III-Formedness},
  author={Karen Jensen and George E. Heidorn and Lance A. Miller and Yael Ravin},
  journal={American Journal of Computational Linguistics},
  year={1983},
  volume={9},
  pages={147-160}
}
Processing syntactically ill-formed language is an important mission of the EPISTLE system, Ill-formed input is treated by this system in various ways. Misspellings are highlighted by a standard spelling checker; syntactic errors are detected and corrections are suggested; and stylistic infelicities are called to the user's attention.Central to the EPISTLE processing strategy is its technique of fitted parsing. When the rules of a conventional syntactic grammar are unable to produce a parse for… CONTINUE READING

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