The Importance of Syntactic Parsing and Inference in Semantic Role Labeling

@article{Punyakanok2008TheIO,
  title={The Importance of Syntactic Parsing and Inference in Semantic Role Labeling},
  author={Vasin Punyakanok and Dan Roth and Wen-tau Yih},
  journal={Computational Linguistics},
  year={2008},
  volume={34},
  pages={257-287}
}
We present a general framework for semantic role labeling. The framework combines a machine-learning technique with an integer linear programming-based inference procedure, which incorporates linguistic and structural constraints into a global decision process. Within this framework, we study the role of syntactic parsing information in semantic role labeling. We show that full syntactic parsing information is, by far, most relevant in identifying the argument, especially, in the very first… CONTINUE READING

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