Chapter 2. Principles of Annotation

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Formal structure
Attributes of a node
Relation to the morphological level

By "principles" basic points of departure for annotation at the analytical level are meant.

Formal structure

The representation of the structure of a sentence is rendered in the form of a tree - a connected acyclic directed graph in which no more than one edge leads into a node, and whose nodes are labeled with complex symbols (sets of attributes). The edges are not labeled (in the technical sense - see Note with the attribute afun in Attributes of a node).