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This paper presents the work that has been carried out to annotate semantic roles in the Basque Dependency Treebank (BDT) (Aldezabal et al., 2009). In this paper we will present the resources we have used and the way the annotation of 100 verbs has been done. We have followed the model proposed in the PropBank project (Palmer et al., 2005). In addition, we… (More)
In this article we describe the methodology developed for the semiautomatic annotation of EPEC-RolSem, a Basque corpus labeled at predicate level that follows the PropBank-VerbNet model. The methodology presented is the product of detailed theoretical study of the semantic nature of verbs in Basque and of their similarities and differences with verbs in… (More)
This paper deals with theoretical problems found in the work that is being carried out for annotating semantic roles in the Basque Dependency Treebank (BDT). We will present the resources used and the way the annotation is being done. Following the model proposed in the PropBank project, we will show the problems found in the annotation process and… (More)
The aim of this work is to evaluate the dependency-based annotation of EPEC (the Reference Corpus for the Processing of Basque) by means of an experiment: two annotators have syntactically tagged a sample of the mentioned corpus in order to evaluate the agreement-rate between them and to identify those issues that have to be improved in the syntactic… (More)
The KYOTO project will construct a language-independent information system for a specific domain (environment, ecology and biodiversity) anchored in a language-independent ontology that is linked to wordnets in seven languages.
In this paper we describe some experiments based on a previous Constraint Grammar (CG-2) of Basque Complex Postpositions. We present the development and the evaluation of the rewriten CG-2 and the new CG-3 grammars for processing Basque Complex Postpositions.