The linguistic process involves symbols and interpretation, which are fundamental elements both in human language and machine language (be it supervised or unsupervised learning). Axiomatic and logical elements form the basis of language and give clues as to why syntactic parsing distorts rules of language. In this paper we discuss the possibility that syntax and semantics are side by side in the parsing, and the semantics must be in accordance with the dynamic structure of the language, and not decontextualized into label categories, which make the language static. It is also shown that the axiomatic-logical structure is the most adequate to avoid ambiguity in syntactic parsing in any conventional language.
Motta Monte-Serrat, Dioneia; Eduardo Seron Ruiz, Evandro; and Cattani, Carlo
"Theoretical Linguistic Structures for Dealing with Treebanks in the Syntactic Context,"
Information Sciences Letters: Vol. 10
, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/isl/vol10/iss1/3