Stochastic Lexicalized Tree-adjoining Grammars

  title={Stochastic Lexicalized Tree-adjoining Grammars},
  author={Yves Schabes},
The notion of stochastic lexicalized tree-adjoining g rammar (SLTAG) is formally defined. The parameters of a SLTAG correspond to the probability of combining two structures each one associated with a word. The characteristics of SLTAG are unique and novel since it is lexieally sensitive (as N-gram models or Hidden Markov Models) and yet hierarchical (as stochastic context-free grammars) . Then, two basic algorithms for SLTAG arc introduced: an algori thm for comput ing the probability of a… CONTINUE READING
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