Sunday, 17 May 2009

Showing missing vocabulary in EBL_TREEBANK

A trivial but rather useful little feature I just added: when you run EBL_TREEBANK, you now get missing vocabulary displayed for relevant sentences. I don't know why I didn't do this years ago. Here's an example. To get the new functionality, you just need to update Regulus from CVS, nothing needs to be remade.

(Parse all sentences in current EBL training set into treebank form)

--- Read parsing history file (114 records) d:/cygwin/home/speech/regulus/examples/shrd2/generated/
--- Incremental treebanking switched off, not trying to convert treebank

Parsing corpus data in d:/cygwin/home/speech/regulus/examples/shrd2/corpora/
*** Parsing failed for: "find a block which is taller than the one you are holding and put it into the box", line 2
*** Parsing failed for: "is at least one of them narrower than the one which i told you to pick up", line 6
Words not in current vocabulary: [told]
*** Parsing failed for: "will you please stack up both of the red blocks and either a green cube or a pyramid", line 12
Words not in current vocabulary: [either]

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