machine learning, linguistic operations, German
We show that it is possible to learn the contexts for linguistic operations which map a semantic representation to a surface syntactic tree in sentence realization with high accuracy. We cast the problem of learning the contexts for the linguistic operations as classification tasks, and apply straightforward machine learning techniques, such as decision tree learning. The training data consist of linguistic features extracted from syntactic and semantic representations produced by a linguistic analysis system. The target features are extracted from links to surface syntax trees. Our evidence consists of four examples from the German sentence realization system code-named Amalgam: case assignment, assignment of verb position features, extraposition, and syntactic aggregation.
Original Publication Citation
Michael Gamon, Eric K. Ringger, Simon Corston-Oliver, and Robert Moore. 22. "Machine-learned contexts for linguistic operations in German sentence realization." In Proceedings of ACL 22, pp. 25-32.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Ringger, Eric K.; Corston-Oliver, Simon; Gamon, Michael; and Moore, Robert, "Machine-learned Contexts for Linguistic Operations in German Sentence Realization" (2002). All Faculty Publications. 1076.
Physical and Mathematical Sciences
© 2002 Eric Ringger et al.
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