Agnieszka Patejuk

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The aim of this paper is to propose a far-reaching extension of the phraseological component of a valence dictionary for Polish. The dictionary is the basis of two different parsers of Polish; its format has been designed so as to maximise the readability of the information it contains and its re-applicability. We believe that the extension proposed here(More)
This paper discusses the construction of a parallel treebank currently involving ten languages from six language families. The treebank is based on deep LFG (LexicalFunctional Grammar) grammars that were developed within the framework of the ParGram (Parallel Grammar) effort. The grammars produce output that is maximally parallelized across languages and(More)
This paper presents Walenty, a comprehensive valence dictionary of Polish, with a number of novel features, as compared to other such dictionaries. The notion of argument is based on the coordination test and takes into consideration the possibility of diverse morphosyntactic realisations. Some aspects of the internal structure of phraseological (idiomatic)(More)
While it is possible to build a formal grammar manually from scratch or, going to another extreme, to derive it automatically from a treebank, the development of the LFG grammar of Polish presented in this paper is different from both of these methods as it relies on extensive reuse of existing language resources for Polish. LFG grammars minimally provide(More)
This paper addresses the optionality of case agreement between a numeral phrase in the subject position and its modifying or predicating adjectives in Polish: such adjectives either agree with the numeral or – apparently – reach into the numeral phrase and agree with the noun phrase within it. While previous analyses of this phenomenon postulated special(More)
Multiwords reside at the intersection of the lexicon and syntax and in an annotation project, they will affect both levels. In the Eukalyptus treebank of written Swedish, we treat multiwords formally as syntactic objects, which are assigned a lexical type and sense. With the help of a simple dichotomy, analyzed vs unanalyzed multiwords, and the(More)
This paper provides an explicit, formal analysis of two not only interesting but also frequent coordination phenomena: the coordination of unlike categories and the coordination of distinct grammatical functions possibly belonging to entirely different levels of structure. The proposed account of the former makes it possible to take full advantage of new(More)
The aim of this paper is to propose f-structure representations of two different types of negation: constituent negation and eventuality negation. In particular, the paper substantiates a suggestion recently made within the PARGRAM community that two binary-valued attributes are needed. We also show that, while the distinction between constituent and(More)
Multiwords reside at the intersection of the lexicon and syntax and in an annotation project, they will affect both levels. In the Eukalyptus treebank of written Swedish, we treat multiwords formally as syntactic objects, which are assigned a lexical type and sense. With the help of a simple dichotomy, analyzed vs unanalyzed multiwords, and the(More)
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