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Applying the Kuhn-Munkres algorithm at this stage assigns two words. The argument position remainl1 , which, in this case, corresponds to a syntactic subject, is filled by the word people. The position remainr1 is filled by the verb displaced. All other modifiers have null attachments and are assigned to the epsilon token. At time t = 3, there are more attachment points available. Importantly, the word remain now has one leftward and one rightward argument, and so the next available argument positions are remainl2 and remainr2 .

Edges are incrementally selected until no more vertices remain unattached, or all edges in Ew have been considered (indicated by a failure to change the set of available argument positions). Thus, at some arbitrary iteration of the algorithm, t, we have the following: – Tw,t ⊆ Ew , the set of edges in the spanning tree constructed so far; – Hw,t = {u, v | (u, v) ∈ Tw,t }, the set of vertices in Tw , or “attached vertices”, and therefore potential heads; and 30 S. Wan et al. – Mw,t = Vw \Hw,t , the set of “unattached vertices”, and therefore potential modifiers.

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