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By Hinrich Schütze

ISBN-10: 1575860740

ISBN-13: 9781575860749

ISBN-10: 1575860759

ISBN-13: 9781575860756

This quantity is worried with how ambiguity and ambiguity solution are realized, that's, with the purchase of the various representations of ambiguous linguistic types and the information invaluable for choosing between them in context. Schütze concentrates on how the purchase of ambiguity is feasible in precept and demonstrates that specific sorts of algorithms and studying architectures (such as unsupervised clustering and neural networks) can be triumphant on the job. 3 varieties of lexical ambiguity are handled: ambiguity in syntactic categorisation, semantic categorisation, and verbal subcategorisation. the quantity provides 3 varied versions of ambiguity acquisition: Tag area, observe house, and Subcat Learner, and addresses the significance of ambiguity in linguistic illustration and its relevance for linguistic innateness.

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Transformation-based tagging as introduced by Brill (1993a),(1993b) also requires a hand-tagged text for training. The model in transformation-based tagging consists of a set of templates for tagging rules such as the ones in (24). (24) a. change tag X to tag Y after tag Z b. change tag X to tag Y after word W Initially, each word is tagged with its most probable tag. , those compatible with the pre-selected rule schemata), tests their effect on the corpus, and chooses the one that improves overall tagging accuracy most.

Still, the methods can hardly settle issues of part-of-speech learnability since neither a part-of-speech lexicon nor an informant is available to children when they acquire language. g. the inside-outside algorithm (Charniak, 1993) or certain Bayesian methods (Stolcke, 1994; Chen, 1995). However, due to the difficulty of the problem of grammar induction, most experiments have either tried to learn from tagged text, thus assuming a solution to the tagging problem, (see the examples described in Charniak (1993) and Chen (1995)) or they have imposed artificial restrictions on the size of the vocabulary (less than 20 in Stolcke (1994)).

That is, each word-tag combination was replaced by a new word. For example, "to" occurs with the tags "TO" (infinitive marker) and "IN" (preposition). Each occurrence of "to" with tag "TO" was replaced by the new 40 / AMBIGUITY RESOLUTION IN LANGUAGE LEARNING word "to-TO" and each occurrence of "to" with tag "IN" was replaced by the new word "to-IN". A new disambiguated corpus was created by executing this procedure for all word-tag combinations. The induction procedure for natural contexts was then run on this disambiguated corpus.

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