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Stylebook for the Tubingen Treebank of Written German (TuBa-D/Z)
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This stylebook is an updated version of Telljohann et al. (2006). Expand
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Anaphora Resolution with the ARRAU Corpus
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The ARRAU corpus is an anaphorically annotated corpus of English providing rich linguistic information about anaphora resolution, including bridging references and discourse deixis. Expand
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Interpreting Anaphoric Shell Nouns using Antecedents of Cataphoric Shell Nouns as Training Data
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We tackle this challenge by exploiting cataphoric shell nouns (CSNs) whose construction makes them particularly easy to interpret. Expand
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Recent Developments in Linguistic Annotations of the TüBa-D / Z Treebank
The data is taken from daily issues of the German newspaper 'die Tageszeitung' (taz) currently ranging from May 3 to May 7 1999 as well as April 3
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Significant Triples: Adjective+Noun+Verb Combinations
A hybrid tea rose plant having a low petal count; thick, leathery petals; strong, vigorous, upright growth; unusual orange-red flower color, and a very long vase life.
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Annotating abstract anaphora
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We present first results from annotating abstract (discourse-deictic) anaphora in German. Expand
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Annotating Anaphoric Shell Nouns with their Antecedents
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Anaphoric shell nouns such as this issue and this fact conceptually encapsulate complex pieces of information (Schmid, 2000). Expand
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Adapting a part-of-speech tagset to non-standard text: The case of STTS
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We present the Stuttgart-Tübingen tagset (STTS, a quasi-standard POS tagset for Germanlanguage texts), addressing issues that arise in the adaptation of this tagset to non-standard text data, such as usergenerated texts from online communication media, learner corpora, and historical corpora. Expand
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Annotating Discourse Anaphora
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We present preliminary work on corpus-based anaphora resolution of discourse deixis in German. Expand
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Collocations of Complex Nouns : Evidence for Lexicalisation
This paper combines a corpus-based study of noun+verb collocations with an attempt to distinguish compositional, regularly formed compounds from lexicalised ones. We claim that morphologicallyExpand
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