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The EU Copernicus project Multext-East has created a multilingual corpus of text and speech data, covering the six languages of the project: lexicons for each of the languages were developed. The corpus includes a parallel component consisting of Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four, with versions in all six languages tagged for part-of-speech and aligned to… (More)
The paper describes a morphological analyser for Estonian and how using a text corpus influenced the process of creating it and the resulting program itself. The influence is not limited with the lexicon only, but is noticeable in the resulting algorithm and implementation too. When work on the analyser started, there was no computational treatment of… (More)
This paper describes automatic treatment of multi-word expressions in a morphologically complex flective language – Estonian. It focuses on a special type of multi-word expressions – the verbal multi-word expressions that can function as predicates. Authors describe two language resources – a database of verbal multi-word expressions and a corpus where… (More)
This paper gives a brief overview of the composition as well as technical and morphological annotation of the Reference Corpus of Estonian. A user interface using the morphological information about lemmas and grammatical categories of word-forms is presented.
The paper describes extraction of Estonian multi-word verbs from text corpora, using a language-and task-specific software tool SENVA, which is based on a statistical language-independent software tool SENTA (Dias et al, 2000). The outcome is a
The paper describes a rule-based system for tagging clause boundaries, implemented for annotating the Estonian Reference Corpus of the University of Tartu, a collection of written texts containing ca 245 million running words and available for querying via Keeleveeb language portal. The system needs information about parts of speech and grammatical… (More)
This article introduces a corpus-based method for improving the process of automatic morphological analysis of a non-standard text variety. More precisely, our paper is concerned with the morphological analysis of Estonian chatroom texts. First, the morphological analyzer designed for the standard written Estonian is used for the analysis of chatroom texts.… (More)