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Syntactic ambiguity in natural language processing
It is a type of ambiguity where the doubt is about the syntactic structure of the sentence. That is, there is a possibility that a sentence could be parsed in many syntactical forms (a sentence may be interpreted in more than one way). The doubt is about which one among different syntactical forms is correct.
For example, the sentence “old men and women” is ambiguous. Here, the doubt is that whether the adjective old is attached with both men and women or men alone.
Syntactic (structural) ambiguity can be further classified into two ambiguities namely, scope ambiguity and attachment ambiguity.
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