Source PaperYearLineSentence
P89-1015 1989 40
Fidditch is one such deterministic parser, designed to provide a syntactic analysis of text as a tool for locating examples of various lin- guisticaUy interesting structures (Hindle 1983) (self citation)
P93-1007 1993 17
Although studies of large speech corpora have found that approximately 10% of spontaneous tter- ances contain disfluencies involving self-correction, or REPAIRS (Hindle, 1983; Shriberg et al, 1992), little is known about how to integrate repair processing with real-time speech recognition
P93-1007 1993 21
RIM builds upon Labov (1966) and Hindle (1983) by conceptually extending the EDIT SIGNAL HYPOTHESIS - - that repairs are acoustically or phonetically marked at the point of interruption of flu- ent speech
P93-1007 1993 42
One proposal for repair processing that lends it- self to both incremental processing and the integration of speech cues into repair detection is that of Hindle (1983), who defines a typology of repairs and asso- ciated correction strategies in terms of extensions to a deterministic parser
P93-1007 1993 44
An hypothesized acoustic- phonetic edit signal, "a markedly abrupt cut-off of the speech signal" (Hindle, 1983, p.123), is assumed to mark the interruption of fluent speech (cf
P93-1007 1993 48
Importantly, Hindle's system allows for non- surface-based corrections and sequential application of correction rules (Hindle, 1983, p. 123)
P93-1007 1993 66
RIM incorporates two main assumptions of Hindle (1983): (1) correction strategies are linguisticallyrule- governed, and (2) linguistic ues must be available to signal when a disfluency has occurred and to 'trigger' correction strategies
P94-1041 1994 52
Hindle (1983) addressed the problem of correcting self- repairs by adding rules to a deterministic parser that would remove the necessary text
A94-1018 1994 17
Other- than syntactic knowledge includes grammar specific recovery rules such as recta-rules (Weishedel and Sondheimer, 1983), semantic or pragmatic knowledge which may depend on a particular domain (Carbonell and Hayes, 1983) or the characteristics of the ill-formed utterances observed in human discourse (Hindle, 1983)
P99-1053 1999 7
(Hindle, 1983) and (Bear et al., 1992) performed speech repair identifi- cation in their parsers, and removed the cor- rected material (reparandum) from consider- ation
P99-1053 1999 8
(Hindle, 1983) states that repairs are available for semantic analysis but provides no details on the representation to be used
P00-1001 2000 48
Few approaches to parsing have tried to handle disfluent utterances (notable exceptions are Core & Schubert, 1999; Hindle, 1983; Nakatani & Hirschberg, 1994; Shriberg, Bear, & Dowding, 1992)
C00-2125 2000 8
In addition, studies have shown that syntactic and prosodic features of spontaneous speech data provide empirical evidence with regard to reflecting the speaking habits of speakers, and also help to develop better parsing strategies and natural language processing systems (Heeman and Allen 1999, Hindle 1983)
C00-2125 2000 27
(Hindle 1983) 1.2 Gramnmr-Or iented Product ion of
A00-1026 2000 34
The output produced is in the tradition of partial parsing (Hindle 1983, McDonald 1992, Weischedel et al 1993) and concentrates on the simple noun phrase, what Weischedel et al
H05-1030 2005 38
Most prior work has focused on handling disfluencies and continued to rely on hand-annotated transcripts that include punctuation, case, and known sentence boundaries (Hindle, 1983; Core and Schubert, 1999; Charniak and Johnson, 2001; Engel et al, 2002).Of particular mention is the analysis of the relationship between speech repairs and parsing accu racy presented by Charniak and Johnson (2001), as this directly influenced our work