[Corpora-List] Planarity in dependency parsing
jbaldrid at mail.utexas.edu
Fri Apr 27 20:45:00 CEST 2007
There are non-projective approaches to dependency parsing, one of the more
recent of which is McDonald's MSTParser. You can find information here:
The parser itself can be downloaded from:
You might also look at Nivre's MaltParser, which is "pseudo-projective":
As well as other resources available at the web page for this year's CoNLL
shared task on dependency parsing:
Many languages with non-projective dependencies are represented in the data
On 4/27/07, Shailly Goyal <shaillygoyal at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Although my doubt does not exactly suit in this mailing list, I would like
> to know why planarity (projectivity) is required for dependency parsing?
> Many sentences of languages such as German, Hindi are not planar. Does this
> mean that dependency based parsing is not suitable for these languages?
> Thanks in advance.
> Ms. Shailly Goyal
> Research Scholar
> Department of Mathematics
> IIT Delhi, New Delhi - 110016
> Ph. no.: +91 9899400393
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