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Semantic Parsing: Syntactic assurance to target sentence using LSTM Encoder CFG-Decoder

  title={Semantic Parsing: Syntactic assurance to target sentence using LSTM Encoder CFG-Decoder},
  author={Fabiano Ferreira Luz and Marcelo Finger},
Semantic parsing can be defined as the process of mapping natural language sentences into a machine interpretable, formal representation of its meaning. Semantic parsing using LSTM encoder-decoder neural networks have become promising approach. However, human automated translation of natural language does not provide grammaticality guarantees for the sentences generate such a guarantee is particularly important for practical cases where a data base query can cause critical errors if the… 

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