DeSR is a statistical transition-based dependency parser which learns from annotated corpora which actions to perform for building parse trees while scanning a sentence. We describe the experiments performed for the ICON 2010 Tools Contest on Indian Dependency Parsing. DesR was configured to exploit specific features from the Indian treebanks. The submitted run used a stacked combination of four configurations of the DeSR parser and achieved the best unlabeled accuracy scores in all languages. The contribution to the result of various choices is analyzed.

Dependency Parsing of Indian Languages with DeSR.

ATTARDI, GIUSEPPE;SIMI, MARIA
2010

Abstract

DeSR is a statistical transition-based dependency parser which learns from annotated corpora which actions to perform for building parse trees while scanning a sentence. We describe the experiments performed for the ICON 2010 Tools Contest on Indian Dependency Parsing. DesR was configured to exploit specific features from the Indian treebanks. The submitted run used a stacked combination of four configurations of the DeSR parser and achieved the best unlabeled accuracy scores in all languages. The contribution to the result of various choices is analyzed.
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