Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands 2000 by Jorn Veenstra, Walter Daelemans, Khalil Sima'an, Jakub

By Jorn Veenstra, Walter Daelemans, Khalil Sima'an, Jakub Zavrel

This quantity presents a variety of the papers that have been offered on the 11th convention on Computational Linguistics within the Netherlands (Tilburg, 2000). It offers a correct and up to date photo of the full of life scene of computational linguistics within the Netherlands and Flanders. the amount covers the entire variety from theoretical to utilized learn and improvement, and is for this reason of curiosity to either academia and undefined. the objective viewers comprises scholars and students of computational linguistics, and speech and language processing (Linguistics, desktop technological know-how, electric Engineering).

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It is thus straightforward to compute precision, recall, and f-score on the set of dependency triples. 5 Robust Parsing The initial design and implementation of the Alpino parser is inherited from the system described in van Noord (1997), van Noord et al. (1999) and van Noord (2001). However, a number of improvements have been implemented which are described below. The construction of a dependency structure on the basis of some input proceeds in a number of steps, described below. The rst step consists of lexical analysis.

It is important to note that hypotheses are formulated on Through a glass darkly 41 the basis of the abstractions, but checked out with the help of increasingly less abstract representations. Thus, the ability to create—manually or partly or fully automatically—linguistic abstractions of texts is a necessary prerequisite for any linguistic investigation. Corpus linguistics brings to this process the possibility of making automatic such abstractions of large amounts of text, thus enabling us to discern subtle patterns of usage in a more ‘objective’ way than previously (cf.

G. ” speelstraat , die hier en daar al bestaat ? The so-called ” play-street , that here and there already exists ? Apparently, the author intended to place speelstraat within quotes, but the second quote is not present. During lexical analysis, tags are optionally extended to include neighbouring words which are classi ed as ‘skipable’. Creating Parse Forests. The Alpino parser takes the result of lexical analysis as its input, and produces a parse forest: a compact representation of all parse trees.

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