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C08-1069 2008 137
The HPSG parser is the Enju parser (Ninomiya et al, 2007), which has been developed for parsing with the Enju HPSG grammar (self citation)
C08-1069 2008 6
Recently, there have been advancement made in the parsing techniques for large-scale lexicalized grammars (Clark and Curran, 2004; Ninomiya et al., 2005; Ninomiya et al, 2007), and it have presumably been accelerated by the development of the semi-automatic acquisition techniques oflarge-scale lexicalized grammars from parsed cor pora (Hockenmaier and Steedman, 2007; Miyao c ? 2008 (self citation)
C10-1144 2010 192
Ninomiyaet al (2007) used the supertagging probabili ties as a reference distribution for the log-linear model for HPSG, which aimed to consistently integrate supertagging into probabilistic HPSGparsing (self citation)
C10-1144 2010 109
Forcomparison, these features are identical to the fea tures used in the previous works (Matsuzaki et al,2007; Ninomiya et al, 2007) (self citation)
C10-1144 2010 159
Enju (Miyao, 2005; Ninomiya et al, 2007) is a log-linear model based HPSG parser, whichuses a maximum entropy model for the struc ture disambiguation (self citation)
W11-0407 2011 33
The Enju parser (Ninomiya et al, 2007) is a statis tical deep parser based on the HPSG formalism (self citation)
W11-0221 2011 52
The Enju parser (Ninomiya et al, 2007)6 is a deep parser based on the HPSG formalism (self citation)
W11-0221 2011 13
We first build a small treebank of natural language queries, which are from Genomics track (Hersh et al, 2004; Hersh et al, 2005; Hersh et al, 2006; Hersh et al, 2007) topics (Section 2 and 3).The small treebank is then used to test the perfor mance of a state-of-the-art parser, Enju (Ninomiya et al, 2007; Hara et al, 2007) (Section 4) (self citation)