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Integration of Data from a Syntactic Lexicon into Generative and Discriminative Probabilistic Parsers

Abstract : This article evaluates the integration of data extracted from a French syntactic lexicon, the Lexicon-Grammar (Gross, 1994), into a probabilistic parser. We show that by applying clustering methods on verbs of the French Treebank (Abeill'e et al., 2003), we obtain accurate performances on French with a parser based on a Probabilistic Context-Free Grammar (Petrov et al., 2006) and a discriminative parser based on a reranking algorithm (Charniak and Johnson, 2005).
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Anthony Sigogne, Mathieu Constant, Eric Laporte. Integration of Data from a Syntactic Lexicon into Generative and Discriminative Probabilistic Parsers. International conference on Recent Advances in Natural Language Processing (RANLP'11), 2011, Hissar, Bulgaria. pp.363-370. ⟨hal-00621646⟩

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