Unsupervised pos tagging

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  • We revisit the algorithm of Schütze (1995) for unsupervised part-of-speech tagging. The algorithm uses reduced-rank singular value decomposition followed by clustering to extract latent features from context distributions. As implemented here, it achieves state-of-the-art tagging accuracy at considerably less cost than more recent methods.

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  • We describe a novel method for the task of unsupervised POS tagging with a dictionary, one that uses integer programming to explicitly search for the smallest model that explains the data, and then uses EM to set parameter values. We evaluate our method on a standard test corpus using different standard tagsets (a 45-tagset as well as a smaller 17-tagset), and show that our approach performs better than existing state-of-the-art systems in both settings.

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  • We address the task of unsupervised POS tagging. We demonstrate that good results can be obtained using the robust EM-HMM learner when provided with good initial conditions, even with incomplete dictionaries. We present a family of algorithms to compute effective initial estimations p(t|w). We test the method on the task of full morphological disambiguation in Hebrew achieving an error reduction of 25% over a strong uniform distribution baseline.

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  • The task of Semantic Role Labeling (SRL) is often divided into two sub-tasks: verb argument identification, and argument classification. Current SRL algorithms show lower results on the identification sub-task. Moreover, most SRL algorithms are supervised, relying on large amounts of manually created data. In this paper we present an unsupervised algorithm for identifying verb arguments, where the only type of annotation required is POS tagging.

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  • An unsupervised part-of-speech (POS) tagging system that relies on graph clustering methods is described. Unlike in current state-of-the-art approaches, the kind and number of different tags is generated by the method itself. We compute and merge two partitionings of word graphs: one based on context similarity of high frequency words, another on log-likelihood statistics for words of lower frequencies. Using the resulting word clusters as a lexicon, a Viterbi POS tagger is trained, which is refined by a morphological component. ...

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  • This paper examines unsupervised approaches to part-of-speech (POS) tagging for morphologically-rich, resource-scarce languages, with an emphasis on Goldwater and Griffiths’s (2007) fully-Bayesian approach originally developed for English POS tagging. We argue that existing unsupervised POS taggers unrealistically assume as input a perfect POS lexicon, and consequently, we propose a weakly supervised fully-Bayesian approach to POS tagging, which relaxes the unrealistic assumption by automatically acquiring the lexicon from a small amount of POS-tagged data....

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  • This paper describes POS tagging experiments with semi-supervised training as an extension to the (supervised) averaged perceptron algorithm, first introduced for this task by (Collins, 2002). Experiments with an iterative training on standard-sized supervised (manually annotated) dataset (106 tokens) combined with a relatively modest (in the order of 108 tokens) unsupervised (plain) data in a bagging-like fashion showed significant improvement of the POS classification task on typologically different languages, yielding better than state-of-the-art results for English and Czech (4.

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  • I review a number of grammar induction algorithms (ABL, Emile, Adios), and test them on the Eindhoven corpus, resulting in disappointing results, compared to the usually tested corpora (ATIS, OVIS). Also, I show that using neither POS-tags induced from Biemann’s unsupervised POS-tagging algorithm nor hand-corrected POS-tags as input improves this situation. Last, I argue for the development of entirely incremental grammar induction algorithms instead of the approaches of the systems discussed before. ...

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  • A clustering technique for the Vietnamese word categorization. In natural language processing, part-of-speech (POS) tagging plays an important role, as its output is the input of many other tasks (syntax analysis, semantic analysis. . . ). One of the problems related to POS tagging is to define the POS set. This could be solved using unsupervised machine learning methods.

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  • A strong inductive bias is essential in unsupervised grammar induction. We explore a particular sparsity bias in dependency grammars that encourages a small number of unique dependency types. Specifically, we investigate sparsity-inducing penalties on the posterior distributions of parent-child POS tag pairs in the posterior regularization (PR) framework of Graça et al. (2007).

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