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Incremental Parsing, or Incremental Grammar?


Standard grammar formalisms are defined without reflection of the incremental and serial nature of language processing, and incrementality must therefore be reflected by independently defined parsing and/or generation techniques. We argue that this leads to a poor setup for modelling dialogue, with its rich speaker-hearer interaction, and instead propose context-based parsing and generation models defined in terms of an inherently incremental grammar formalism (Dynamic Syntax), which allow a straightforward model of otherwise problematic dialogue phenomena such as shared utterances, ellipsis and alignment.Article

Kempson, Ruth and Purver, Matthew (2004) Incremental Parsing, or Incremental Grammar?


Item Type: Article
Additional Information: Citation: In Frank Keller, Stephen Clark, Matthew Crocker and Mark Steedman (eds.), "Proceedings of the ACL Workshop on Incremental Parsing : Bringing Engineering and Cognition Together, Barcelona", 74-81.
Subjects: Philosophy
Keywords: Dynamic syntax, Dialogue
Divisions: Institute of Philosophy
Collections: London Philosophy Papers
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URI: http://sas-space.sas.ac.uk/id/eprint/831
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