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Year 2016
Type in proceedings
Status published
Language English
Author(s) Urešová, Zdeňka Fučíková, Eva Hajič, Jan
Title Non-projectivity and valency
Czech title Neprojektivita a valence
Proceedings 2016: Stroudsburg, PA, USA: NAACL HTL 2016: Proceedings of the 2016 Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics: Workshop on Discontinuous Structures in Natural Language Processing (DiscoNLP)
Pages range 12-21
How published online
URL http://aclweb.org/anthology/W/W16/W16-0902.pdf
Supported by 2013-2015 GP13-03351P (Srovnání české a anglické valence sloves na základě korpusového materiálu (teorie a praxe)) 2010-2015 LM2010013 (LINDAT-CLARIN: Institut pro analýzu, zpracování a distribuci lingvistických dat) 2016-2019 LM2015071 (LINDAT-CLARIN: Institut pro analýzu, zpracování a distribuci lingvistických dat) 2012-2016 PRVOUK P46 (Informatika)
Czech abstract Článek se zaměřuje na popis neprojektivních konstrukcí z hlediska valence sloves. Pro tuto studii jsme použili data PDT a PCEDT a zameřili jsme se na kombinaci povrchové hloubkové syntaxe. V článku navrhujeme novou definici projektivity a klasifikujeme neprojektivni konstrukce z hlediska predikatove struktury. Porovnáváme češtinu a angličinu.
English abstract We describe results of investigation of a specific type of discontinuous constructions, namely non-projective constructions concerning verbs and their arguments. This topic is especially important for languages with a relatively free word order, such as Czech, which is the language we have primarily worked with. For comparison, we have included some results for English. The corpora used for both languages are the Prague Czech-English Dependency Treebank and the Prague Dependency Treebank, which are both annotated at a dependency syntax level as well as a deep (semantic) level, including verbs and their valency (arguments). We are using traditionally defined non-projectivity on trees with full linear ordering, but the two levels of annotation are innovatively combined to determine if a particular (deep) verb -argument structure is non-projective. As a result, we have identi- fied several types of discontinuities, which we classify either by the verb class or structurally in terms of the verb, its arguments and their dependents. In addition, we have quantitatively compared selected phenomena found in Czech translated texts (in the PCEDT) to the native Czech as found in the original Prague Dependency Treebank.
Specialization linguistics ("jazykověda")
Confidentiality default – not confidential
Open access no
ISBN* 978-1-941643-85-3
Address* Stroudsburg, PA, USA
Month* June
Publisher* Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL)
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