Memory-Based Parsing

Lebowitz, Michael

The development of robust parsing systems can be greatly expedited by the application of memory-based parsing techniques. Described here are the parsing techniques used by the Integrated Partial Parser (IPP), a system designed to read and generalize from large numbers of news stories. These techniques include top-down predictions generated from high-level memory structures, and simple bottom-up heuristics to handle language-specific problems. A detailed example is presented.


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Academic Units
Computer Science
Department of Computer Science, Columbia University
Columbia University Computer Science Technical Reports, CUCS-013-81
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October 18, 2011