GerDraCor-Coref: A Coreference Corpus for Dramatic Texts in German
An annotated corpus of German dramatic texts is presented, a preliminary analysis of the corpus is presented as well as some baseline experiments on automatic CR, and the analysis shows that with respect to the reference structure, dramatic texts are very different from news texts, but more similar to other dialogical text types such as interviews.
A Unified Text Annotation Workflow for Diverse Goals
It is shown how these different annotation goals can be modeled in a unified workflow and given examples for how annotation can contribute additional value in the context of Digital Humanities.
Detecting Protagonists in German Plays around 1800 as a Classification Task
- Janis Pagel
- Computer Science
It is shown that the stage presence of characters and topics used in their speech can help to detect protagonists even above the baseline, as well as the number of spoken words for a character is very strong baseline.
DramaCoref: A Hybrid Coreference Resolution System for German Theater Plays
DramaCoref, a system for resolving coreference on theater plays, uses neural network techniques to provide a list of potential mentions that are assigned to common entities using generic and domain-specific rules.
Predicting Structural Elements in German Drama
- Janis Pagel, Nidhi Sihag, Nils Reiter
- Computer ScienceWorkshop on Computational Humanities Research
This work addresses the challenge of enriching plain text dramas with predicted TEI/XML elements by fine-tuning a pre-trained BERT transformer model on several subtasks, and shows that the used architecture is able to predict the learned structural elements on unseen data for several settings and models.
Towards Bridging Resolution in German: Data Analysis and Rule-based Experiments
This work presents two datasets which contain bridging annotations, namely DIRNDL and GRAIN, and compares the performance of a rule-based system with a simple baseline approach on these two corpora.
Eponymous Heroes and Protagonists –
Within literary studies, there is a coexistence of di erent perspectives on protagonists, heroes or main characters in dramatic texts, which provide di erent de nitions and strategies for the identi…
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Measuring the Compositionality of Noun-Noun Compounds over Time
This work uses the time-stamped Google Books corpus for diachronic investigations, and examines whether the vector-based semantic spaces extracted from this corpus are able to predict compositionality ratings, despite their inherent limitations.