A memory-based model of syntactic analysis: data-oriented parsing
This paper presents a memory-based model of human syntactic processing: data-oriented parsing. After a brief introduction (section 1), it argues that any account of syntatic disambiguation inevitably has an important memory-based component (section 2). It discusses the limitations of probabilistically enhanced competence-grammars, and argues for a more principled memory-based approach (section 3). In sections 4 and 5, one particular memory-based model is described in some detail: a simple instantiation of the 'data-oriented parsing' approach ('DOP1'). Section 6 reports on experimentally established properties of this model, and section 7 compares it with other memory-based techniques. Section 8 concludes and points to future work.
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