grammatical inference

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grammatical inference

Deducing a grammar from given examples. Also known as "inductive inference" and recently as "computational learning".
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His research in this area has included work in the subareas of part-of-speech tagging, probabilistic context-free grammar induction, and, more recently, syntactic disambiguation through word statistics, efficient syntactic parsing, and lexical resource acquisition through statistical means.
Other topics include natural language grammar induction of Indonesian corpora, Persian document summarization, an integrated semantic network for Yami ka-verbs, and a linguistic competency model for an intentional intelligent agent.
Grammar Induction to infer CFGs for general purpose programming is still a forbidding problem but research on inferring Domain Specific Languages (DSLs) has achieved satisfactory results.