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Integrating Deep and Shallow Natural Language Processing Components - Representations and Hybrid Architectures


DFKI-LT - Dissertation Series (Vol. XXII)

 

Ulrich Schaefer: "Integrating Deep and Shallow Natural Language Processing Components -

Representations and Hybrid Architectures"

 

ISBN: 978-3-933218-21-6
356 pages
price: € 20

 

We describe basic concepts and software architectures for the integration of shallow and deep (linguistics-based, semantics-oriented) natural language processing (NLP) components. The main goal of this novel, hybrid integration paradigm is improving robustness of deep processing. After an introduction to constraint-based natural language parsing, we give an overview of typical shallow processing tasks. We introduce XML standoff markup as an additional abstraction layer that eases integration of NLP components, and propose the use of XSLT as a standardized and efficient transformation language for online NLP integration.