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Learning to Search for Dependencies

Kai-Wei Chang, He He, Hal Daume; III, and John Lanford, in Arxiv, 2015.

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Abstract

We demonstrate that a dependency parser can be built using a credit assignment compiler which removes the burden of worrying about low-level machine learning details from the parser implementation. The result is a simple parser which robustly applies to many languages that provides similar statistical and computational performance with best-to-date transition-based parsing approaches, while avoiding various downsides including randomization, extra feature requirements, and custom learning algorithms.


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  author = {Chang, Kai-Wei and He, He and III, Hal Daume; and Lanford, John},
  title = {Learning to Search for Dependencies},
  booktitle = {Arxiv},
  year = {2015}
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