[developers] MRS output in Pet affects parser coverage
crysmann at dfki.de
Wed Feb 21 14:41:56 CET 2007
There is one caution though regarding current versions of Pet/ECL:
when compiled with mmap support, MRS output sometimes negatively affects
coverage of the parser. Switching off mmap in Pet works as a temporary
fix. If you do not need to store the MRSs, you can ignore this. I do,
since I want some meaningful semantics for analyses with default lexical
entries, in order to be able to generate from them.
On Wed, 2007-02-14 at 14:46 +0100, Rebecca Dridan wrote:
> Berthold Crysmann wrote:
> >>There's yet another way to do the batch parsing with xml_counts:
> >>Pipe the PIC to cheap and dump a profile using -tsdbdump. Items are the
> >>readable items, and you get trees and mrs, whatever you want.
> >>cat my_beautiful_pic|cheap -limit=100000 -tok=xml_counts -default-les
> >>-packing=15 -mrs -tsdbdump=. GRMFILE
> >>Then create a profile in [incr tsdb()] and copy item, parse, result,
> >>and relations over.
> >>Works for me.
> >>Make sure you've got a recent SVN-Pet, otherwise you don't have a
> >>matching relations file...
> Lovely. That should solve my problem, and may even be easier. I will
> give that a go. How recent does PET need to be, by the way?
> (I tried adding the pic.dtd file header, but got the same results within
> [incr tsdb()].)
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