Preservation of Recognizability for Weighted Linear Extended Top-Down Tree Transducers

@inproceedings{Seemann2012PreservationOR,
  title={Preservation of Recognizability for Weighted Linear Extended Top-Down Tree Transducers},
  author={Nina Seemann and Daniel Quernheim and Fabienne Braune and Andreas Maletti},
  booktitle={ATANLP@EACL},
  year={2012}
}
An open question in [FÜLÖP, MALETTI, VOGLER: Weighted extended tree transducers. Fundamenta Informaticae 111(2), 2011] asks whether weighted linear extended tree transducers preserve recognizability in countably complete commutative semirings. In this contribution, the question is answered positively, which is achieved with a construction that utilizes inside weights. Due to the completeness of the semiring, the inside weights always exist, but the construction is only effective if they can be… CONTINUE READING
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