Connectionist natural language parsing

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Palmer-Brown, D; Tepper, JA; Powell, HM;

The key developments of two decades of connectionist parsing are reviewed. Connectionist parsers are assessed according to their ability to learn to represent syntactic structures from examples automatically, without being presented with symbolic grammar rules. This rev... View more
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