Generating Multi-View Semantic Parsing Rules for Code-Switching


Generating Multi-View Semantic Parsing Rules for Code-Switching – We propose a scalable framework for a new approach for multi-view semantic parser for a multi-dimensional language. Our model is implemented by integrating the concept of multi-dimensional semantic parsing. The model is trained using the semantic parser and a parser module from Apache Kaggle-based parser system. Based on the approach adopted by our framework, we provide a learning algorithm to solve the problem. By computing the joint distance between the semantic parser and the parser module, and learning the optimal policy to perform the parser function, we can effectively handle the challenges of the multi-view parsing problem. We compare our approach with existing multi-view parser systems in terms of parsing accuracy, both within and between domains, and show that our framework can be used as a suitable tool.

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Generating Multi-View Semantic Parsing Rules for Code-Switching

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