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Problematic Syntactic Patterns

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Several re-occurring problematic syntactic patterns which were encountered during theimplementation of a partial parser and natural language information retrieval system arepresented in this paper. These patterns cause syntax-based partial parsers, which rely oninitial part-of-speech tags, to make errors. We analyze two types of partial parsing errors:1) errors due to incorrect part-of-speech tags, and 2) errors made even though the parts-of-speech have been identified and present some novel solutions to avoiding these errors.



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