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Year 2009
Type in proceedings
Status published
Language English
Author(s) Mareček, David Klyueva, Natalia
Title Converting Russian Treebank SynTagRus into Praguian PDT Style
Czech title Převod ruského závislostního korpusu SynTagRus do PDT stylu.
Proceedings 2009: Shoumen, Bulgaria: RANLP workshop: Multilingual resources, technologies and evaluation for Central and Eastern European languages
Pages range 30-35
URL http://ufal.mff.cuni.cz/~marecek/papers/2009_ranlp.pdf
Supported by 2009 GAUK 9994/2009 (Vytváření hloubkově syntaktických závislostních struktur různých jazyků) 2009-2012 GD201/09/H057 (Res Informatica) 2005-2009 1ET201120505 (Od jazyka ke znalostem a sémantickému webu)
Czech abstract V tomto článku popíšeme práci na transformaci ruského treebanku SynTagRus do pražského stylu PDT. Zatímco v PDT tektogramatická anotace existuje, V treebanku SynTagRus žádná jí podobná není.
English abstract In this paper, we report a work in progress on transforming syntactic structures from the SynTagRus corpus into tectogrammatical trees in the Prague Dependency Treebank (PDT) style. SynTagRus (Russian) and PDT (Czech) are both dependency treebanks sharing lots of common features and facing similar linguistic challenges due to the close relatedness of the two languages. While in PDT the tectogrammatical representation exists, sentences in SynTagRus are annotated on syntactic level only.
Specialization linguistics ("jazykověda")
Confidentiality default – not confidential
Open access no
Article no. 6
Editor(s)* Christina Vertan; Stelios Piperidis; Elena Paskaleva; Milena Slavcheva
ISBN* 978-954-452-008-3
Address* Shoumen, Bulgaria
Month* September
Publisher* INCOMA Ltd.
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