Two semantic features make all the difference in parsing accuracy

@inproceedings{Bharati2008TwoSF,
  title={Two semantic features make all the difference in parsing accuracy},
  author={Akshar Bharati and Samar Husain and Bharat Ram Ambati and Sambhav Jain and Dipti Misra Sharma and Rajeev Sangal},
  year={2008}
}
The paper describes experiments on a Hindi dependency treebank to systematically investigate crucial learning issues which crop up in building a robust Hindi parser. We do this by training two data-driven dependency parsers on the treebank. We test out various conjectures through these experiments. The results obtained either validate or make us to reframe the conjectures posed. The whole process helps in systematically isolating information crucial for parsing. Many interesting facts, such as… CONTINUE READING
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