Tag Archives: link-grammar

Why Hypergraphs?

I’ve recently been hacking on creating a new parser for the Link Grammar theory of natural language parsing. I want to couple parsing to machine learning (ML), to that I can use ML to learn natural languages. … Continue reading

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The Viterbi Parser

The new Viterbi decoder for Link Grammar should offer better integration with higher level semantic algorithms! Continue reading

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Frequency of grammatical disjuncts

The link-grammar parser uses labeled links to connect together pairs of words.  In order to capture the idea of proper grammatical construction, any given word is only allowed to have very specific links to its right or left: for …

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proto-chatbot at last!

A prototype chatbot demonstrates the OpenCog NLP pipeline by parsing simple statements and answering simple questions. Continue reading

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Determining word senses from grammatical usage

I’ve recently been tinkering with a mechanism for determining word senses based on their grammatical usage.  This has me pretty excited, because, so far, it seems to be reasonably accurate (i.e. not terrible), and lightning-fast.  I’m doing this by …

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Hacking on Link-Grammar

I hack, heads-down, on link-grammar every now and then. Yesterday, I fixed another round of broken parse rules: making sure that sentences like “John is altogether amazingly quick.” “That one is marginally better” “I am done working” “I asked …

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