“ I show you the man whose sister’s deckchair you spilled coffee on."
This sentence is full of mistakes: THE MAN is interpreted as being APPOSITION to YOU!!! That is to say, MATE doesn’t know about the existence of double object NPs. the relation of WHOSE is at the same with MAN and with SPILLED - no way to express this in dependency parsing the relation of DECKCHAIR is with ON and not with SPILLED - no preposition stranding the relation of SISTER should be with MAN and not with DECKCHAIR - the genitive use of WHOSE is not recognised the relation of MAN is both with SHOW - it is the OBJ correctly - and with SISTER - but this cannot be represented in dependency parsing
Rodolfo Delmonte Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Computational Linguistics
Director of Laboratory of Computational Linguistics
Department of Linguistic Studies
Ca' Bembo - Dorsoduro 1075
30123 VENEZIA (Italy)
website: http//project.cgm.unive.it <http://project.cgm.unive.it/>
> On 14 May 2016, at 04:16, Koos Wilt <kooswilt at gmail.com> wrote:
> I atempted to post the bibliography twice, but it bounced because of size and is awaiting moderation. Please advise.
> 2016-05-13 20:13 GMT+02:00 Bob Berwick <berwick at csail.mit.edu <mailto:berwick at csail.mit.edu>>:
> would be useful for the list and the community. please do.
> On May 13, 2016, at 1:51 PM, Koos Wilt <kooswilt at gmail.com <mailto:kooswilt at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> I wrote an overview of the performance of parsers about 4 years ago. Would sending it somewhere (e.g. to Mr Brew) be helpful to anyone? It's on my other laptop so I have to dig for it.
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