We propose that (a-c) could be possible features of the human parsing. The top-down (i.e. expectation driven) approach, when augmented with three simple modifications, provides an elegant way to explain their grammatical properties and thus moves us one step closer to a unified theory of competence-performance that is suitable both for comprehension and production modeling. The most complex constructions in our corpus led the parser to unrealistic garden-pathing, however, suggesting a possible direction for future improvement.

Pied-piping in parser-friendly, expectation-based grammars

cristiano chesi
Writing – Review & Editing
2019

Abstract

We propose that (a-c) could be possible features of the human parsing. The top-down (i.e. expectation driven) approach, when augmented with three simple modifications, provides an elegant way to explain their grammatical properties and thus moves us one step closer to a unified theory of competence-performance that is suitable both for comprehension and production modeling. The most complex constructions in our corpus led the parser to unrealistic garden-pathing, however, suggesting a possible direction for future improvement.
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Utilizza questo identificativo per citare o creare un link a questo documento: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12076/5145
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