Paper: Synergy Of Syntax And Morphology In Automatic Parsing Of French Language With A Minimum Of Data

ACL ID C86-1064
Title Synergy Of Syntax And Morphology In Automatic Parsing Of French Language With A Minimum Of Data
Venue International Conference on Computational Linguistics
Session Main Conference
Year 1986
Authors

of ~~. a sub-stemma is: - either the unchanged canonical stemma, - or the canonical stemma without a leaf, - or a sub-stemma without a leaf. A stemma is a ~.9_~[Lri]gj].~ram: the vertical dimension of the hierachical levels and the horizontal dimension of the written words; a stemma can be horizontally projected to obtain the one dimensional train of words as they are written. Here is an example of a possible canonical stemma of the snp, and its projection: I I dot adv ady adj noun adv adv adj adv adv adj dependency relations: adj ........... > noun (depends on) projection relations: dot ..... >det (is projected as) There is a snp pattern for every sub-stemma of the canonical stemma. The three canonical sternmas now used are equivalent to about 2000 rewriting rules. The "aggluUnatlon" rule...