Structural Ambiguity and its Disambiguation in Language Model Based Parsers: the Case of Dutch Clause Relativization

24 May 2023  ·  Gijs Wijnholds, Michael Moortgat ·

This paper addresses structural ambiguity in Dutch relative clauses. By investigating the task of disambiguation by grounding, we study how the presence of a prior sentence can resolve relative clause ambiguities. We apply this method to two parsing architectures in an attempt to demystify the parsing and language model components of two present-day neural parsers. Results show that a neurosymbolic parser, based on proof nets, is more open to data bias correction than an approach based on universal dependencies, although both setups suffer from a comparable initial data bias.

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