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      AUTHOR = {Uszkoreit, Hans},
      TITLE = {New Chances for Deep Linguistic Processing},
      YEAR = {2002},
      BOOKTITLE = {Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING'02), August 24 - September 1},
      PUBLISHER = {Morgan Kauffmann Press},
      ABSTRACT = {The Grammatical analysis with linguistically designed grammars has always been a central topic of investigation in theoretical computational linguistics. However, deep grammatical analysis has played a negligible role in the development of language technology applications. Deep parsers have been lacking efficiently and robustness. Building up coverage has been slow and costly. The few linguistic grammars that truly exhibit large coverage have caused a constant fight with extensive ambiguity. In my talk I will present recent developments that provide new challenges and opportunities for linguistic methods. Increased efficiency of deep parsing and the embedding of a selective deep analysis into a robust shallow regime for information extraction offer ways to employ deep parsing in an environment where it can improve results without ruining robustness. I will argue that such a selective utilization as we have realized it by an integration of HPSG parsing into a hybrid IE system comprised of statistical and FST components, also provides a promising direction for gradual, measurable controlled progress in the development of deep grammars and lexicons.}
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