Robust Processing of Natural Language

@article{Menzel1995RobustPO,
  title={Robust Processing of Natural Language},
  author={Wolfgang Menzel},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={1995},
  volume={abs/cmp-lg/9507003}
}
  • Wolfgang Menzel
  • Published in KI 1995
  • Computer Science
  • Previous approaches to robustness in natural language processing usually treat deviant input by relaxing grammatical constraints whenever a successful analysis cannot be provided by “normal” means. This schema implies, that error detection always comes prior to error handling, a behaviour which hardly can compete with its human model, where many erroneous situations are treated without even noticing them. The paper analyses the necessary preconditions for achieving a higher degree of robustness… CONTINUE READING

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