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Year 2017
Type in proceedings without ISBN
Status accepted
Language English
Author(s) Taji, Dima Habash, Nizar Zeman, Daniel
Title Universal Dependencies for Arabic
Czech title Universal Dependencies pro arabštinu
Proceedings 2017: Beirut, Lebanon: ArabWIC 2017: 5th Annual International Arab Women in Computing and Technology Conference
Number 61
How published online
Supported by 2015-2017 GA15-10472S (Morfologicky a syntakticky anotované korpusy mnoha jazyků) 2017-2021 PROGRES Q48 (Informatika)
Czech abstract Popisujeme proces vzniku NUDAR, arabského treebanku ve stylu Universal Dependencies. Představujeme převod z Penn Arabic Treebanku do syntaktické reprezentace Universal Dependencies přes mezilehlou závislostní reprezentaci. Probíráme obtíže, se kterými je převod závislostních stromů spojen, řešení, která jsme použili, a hodnocení námi převedených dat. Dále představujeme prvotní výsledky parsingu na NUDARu.
English abstract We describe the process of creating NUDAR, a Universal Dependency treebank for Arabic. We present the conversion from the Penn Arabic Treebank to the Universal Dependency syntactic representation through an intermediate dependency representation. We discuss the challenges faced in the conversion of the trees, the decisions we made to solve them, and the validation of our conversion. We also present initial parsing results on NUDAR.
Specialization linguistics ("jazykověda")
Confidentiality default – not confidential
Open access yes
Address* Beirut, Lebanon
Month* August
Venue* American University of Beirut
Institution* American University of Beirut
Creator: Common Account
Created: 7/1/17 10:20 AM
Modifier: Common Account
Modified: 7/1/17 10:20 AM
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