Transforming lexica as trees
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We investigate the problem of structurally changing lexica, while preserving the information. We present a type of lexicon transformation that is complete on an interesting class of lexica. Our work is motivated by the problem of merging one or more lexica into one lexicon. Lexica, lexicon schemas, and lexicon transformations are all seen as particular kinds of trees.
Nederhof , M J 2010 , Transforming lexica as trees . in Workshop on Applications of Tree Automata in Natural Language Processing : Proceedings of a meeting held 16 July 2010, Uppsala, Sweden. Held at ACL 2010 . Curran Associates, Inc. , Sweden , pp. 37-45 .
Workshop on Applications of Tree Automata in Natural Language Processing
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