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Transition-Based Dependency Parsing With Pluggable Classifiers

@article{Rudnick2012TransitionBasedDP,
  title={Transition-Based Dependency Parsing With Pluggable Classifiers},
  author={Alex Rudnick},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2012},
  volume={abs/1211.0074}
}
In principle, the design of transition-based dependency parsers makes it possible to experiment with any general-purpose classifier without other changes to the parsing algorithm. In practice, however, it often takes substantial software engineering to bridge between the different representations used by two software packages. Here we present extensions to MaltParser that allow the drop-in use of any classifier conforming to the interface of the Weka machine learning package, a wrapper for the… 

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