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1.1 Overview
1.2. CONTRIBUTIONS OF THIS THESIS 5
1.2 Contributions of this thesis
1.3 Structure of this thesis
2.1 Tasks and their standard algorithms
2.1.1 Named entity recognition
2.1.2 Constituency parsing
2.1.3 Dependency parsing
2.2 Data
2.2.1 Named entity recognition
2.2.2 Constituency parsing
2.2.3 Dependency parsing
2.2.4 OntoNotes
2.3.2 Stochastic optimization methods
2.4 Word classes
2.4.1 Distributional similarity clusters
2.4.2 Word shapes
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Related work
3.3 Approach
3.3.1 Models of non-local structure
3.3.2 Gibbs sampling for inference in sequence models
3.4 The CoNLL NER task
3.4.1 Consistency model
3.4.2 Experiments
3.5. THE CMU SEMINAR ANNOUNCEMENTS TASK 43
3.5 The CMU seminar announcements task
3.5.1 Task description
3.5.2 Consistency model
3.5.3 Experiments
3.6 Summary
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Related work
4.3 Approach
4.3.1 Overview
4.3.2 Probability of a complete labeling
4.3.3 Approximate inference in Bayesian networks
4.4 Generating samples
4.4.1 Sampling parses
4.4.2 Sampling named entity taggings
4.4.3 k-Best lists
4.5. SEMANTIC ROLE LABELING 57
4.5 Semantic role labeling
4.5.1 Task description
4.5.2 System description
4.5.3 Experiments
4.6 Recognizing textual entailment
4.6.1 Task description
4.6.2 System description
4.6.3 Experiments
4.7 Summary
5.1 Introduction
5.2. DISCRIMINATIVE PARSING 67
5.2 Discriminative parsing
5.2.1 A conditional random field context free grammar (CRF-CFG)
5.2.2 Experiments
5.2.3 CRF-based dependency parsing
5.2.4 Related work
5.3 Nested named entity recognition
5.3.1 Related work on nested named entity recognition
5.3.2 Nested named entity recognition as parsing
5.3.3 Features
5.3.4 GENIA experiments
5.3.5 AnCora experiments
5.4. JOINT PARSING AND NAMED ENTITY RECOGNITION 97
5.4 Joint parsing and named entity recognition
5.4.1 Joint representation
5.4.2 Grammar smoothing
5.4.3 Features
5.4.4 Experiments
5.4.5 Related work on joint modeling
5.5 Summary
Hierarchical joint learning
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Related work
6.3. HIERARCHICAL PRIORS FOR MULTI-TASK LEARNING 111
6.3 Hierarchical priors for multi-task learning
6.3.1 Intuitive overview
6.3.2 Formal model
6.3.3 Optimization with stochastic gradient descent
6.3.4 Formalization of prior feature-augmentation work
6.4. IMPROVING JOINT PARSING AND NAMED ENTITY RECOGNITION 117
6.4 Improving joint parsing and named entity recognition
6.4.1 Base models
6.4.2 Experiments and discussion
6.5 Multi-domain learning
6.5.1 Named entity recognition
6.5.2 Dependency parsing
6.6 Summary
OntoNotes data inconsistencies
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