Beschreibung"Language, Speech, and Communication series"
InhaltsverzeichnisPart 1 Introduction, Emmanual Roche and Yves Schabes: preliminaries; finite-state automata; finite-state transducers; bibliographical notes. Part 2 Finite-stage morphology - inflections and derivations in a single framework using dictionaries and rules, David Clemenceau: towards a structured dictionary; MORPHO - a morphological analyzer based on a dictionary and a two-level system; a single framework for inflections and derivations recognition and generation; conclusion. Part 3 Representations and finite-state components in natural language, Kimmo Koskenniemi: a framework, two-level morphology; finite-state syntactic grammar; experiences. Part 4 The replace operator, Lauri Karttunen: unconditional replacement; conditional replacement; comparisons; conclusion. Part 5 Finite-state approximation of phrase-structure grammars, Fernando C.N. Pereira and Rebecca N. Wright: motivation; the approximation method; formal properties; implementation and example; informal analysis; related work and conclusions. Part 6 The lexical analysis of natural languages, Max D. Silberztein: the lexical analysis of programming langauges and of natural languages; the units of analysis; the representation of simple words; representation of compound words; representation of the results of the analysis, elimination of ambiguities by local grammars; tagging programmes and lexical analysis; conclusion. Part 7 Deterministic part-of-speech tagging with finite-state transducers, Emmanuel Roche and Yves Schabes: overview of Brill's tagger; complexity of Brill's tagger; construction of the finite-state tagger; lexical tagger; tagging unknown words; empirical evaluation; finite-state transudcers; determinization; subsequentiality of transformation-based systems; implementation of finite-state transducers; conclusion. Part 8 Parsing with finite-state transducers, Emmanuel Roche: background; a top-down parser for context-free grammars; morphology; a parser for transformation grammars; finite-state acceleration; a transducer parser for tree-adjoining grammars; conclusion. Part 9 Designing a (finite-state) parsing grammar, Atro Voutilainen: framework; grammatical representation; sample rule; heuristic techniques; final remarks. Part 10 Applying a finite-state intersection grammar, Pasi Tapanainen: straight intersection; sequential methods; parallel intersection; hybrid intersection-search method; a small comparison; theoretical worst-case study; conclusion. Part 11 The construction of local grammars, Maurice Gross: linguistic modules; transformations; conclusion. Part 12 On the use of sequential transducers in natural language processing, Mehryar Mohri: definitions; characterization and extensions; phonology and morphology; representation of large dictionaries; syntax; speech processing; conclusion. (Part contents).
Pressestimmen"Emmanuel Roche and Yves Schabes have put together a picture of thestate of the art in using finite-state techniques in computationallinguistics. The contributing authors comprise an impressivecollection--essentially the originating sources for much of theimportant recent work in this area." Philip Resnik, Assistant Professor, Department ofLinguistics and Institute for Advanced Computer Studies,University of Maryland at College Park
Untertitel: 'Language, Speech, & Communicat'. Empfohlen ab 22 Jahre. New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: MIT PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Juni 1997
Seitenanzahl: 482 Seiten