Faster Shift-Reduce Constituent Parsing with a Non-Binary, Bottom-Up Strategy

An increasingly wide range of artificial intelligence applications rely on syntactic information to process and extract meaning from natural language text or speech, with constituent trees being one of the most widely used syntactic formalisms. To produce these phrase-structure representations from sentences in natural language, shift-reduce constituent parsers have become one of the most efficient approaches... (read more)

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