SC15 Probabilistic Models for Natural Language Processing using CCG

Description

1. Linguistics, Computation, and Modeling Human Language

Link to the slides: http://homepages.inf.ed.ac.uk/steedman/papers/ccg/ikdoz17.1.pdf

2. Combinatory Categorial Grammar for NLP

3. Wide Coverage Parsing with CCG

Slides can be downloaded from g√ľnne.ik
4. Robust Semantics for NLP

Objectives

Understanding the relation between Linguistics and Statistical NLP

Literature

Steedman and Baldridge (2011) Combinatory Categorial Grammar, in R. Borsley and K. Borjars (eds.) Non-Transformational Syntax, 181-224, Blackwell.
(http://homepages.inf.ed.ac.uk/steedman/papers/ccg/SteedmanBaldridgeNTSyntax.pdf)

Lewis and Steedman (2014) Improved CCG Parsing with Semi-supervised Supertagging, Transaction of the ACL, 2, 327-328.
(www.aclweb.org/anthology/Q/Q14/Q14-1026.pdf)

Course location

Lecture Room 4

Course requirements

none

Instructor information.

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