Shallow Semantic Parsing for Spoken Language Understanding

  title={Shallow Semantic Parsing for Spoken Language Understanding},
  author={Bonaventura Coppola and Alessandro Moschitti and Giuseppe Riccardi},
Most Spoken Dialog Systems are based on speech grammars and frame/slot semantics. The semantic descriptions of input utterances are usually defined ad-hoc with no ability to generalize beyond the target application domain or to learn from annotated corpora. The approach we propose in this paper exploits machine learning of frame semantics, borrowing its theoretical model from computational linguistics. While traditional automatic Semantic Role Labeling approaches on written texts may not… CONTINUE READING
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