Marina Lloberes

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FreeLing is an open-source multilingual language processing library providing a wide range of language analyzers for several languages. It offers text processing and language annotation facilities to natural language processing application developers, simplifying the task of building those applications. FreeLing is customizable and extensible. Developers(More)
a Institut Universitari de Lingüística Aplicada (Universitat Pompeu Fabra): C/Roc Boronat n 138, 08018 Barcelona, Spain b Laboratoire Informatique d’Avignon (Université d’Avignon et des Pays de Vaucluse): 339, chemin des Meinajaries, Agroparc, BP 91228, 84911 Avignon, Cedex 9, France c Instituto de Ingeniería (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México):(More)
Nowadays discourse parsing is a very prominent research topic. However, there is not a discourse parser for Spanish texts. The first stage in order to develop this tool is discourse segmentation. In this work, we present DiSeg, the first discourse segmenter for Spanish that uses the framework of the Rhetorical Structure Theory (Mann and Thompson, 1988) and(More)
At present, automatic discourse analysis is a relevant research topic in the field of NLP. However, discourse is one of the phenomena most difficult to process. Although discourse parsers have been already developed for several languages, this tool does not exist for Catalan. In order to implement this kind of parser, the first step is to develop a(More)
This paper presents the semantic annotation of the SenSem Spanish corpus, a research focused on the semantic annotation of the nominal heads of the verbal arguments, with the final goal of acquiring semantic preferences for verb senses. We used Spanish WordNet 1.6 senses in the annotation process. This process involves the analysis of the adequacy of(More)
This paper presents ParTes, the first test suite in Spanish and Catalan for parsing qualitative evaluation. This resource is a hierarchical test suite of the representative syntactic structure and argument order phenomena. ParTes proposes a simplification of the qualitative evaluation by contributing to the automatization of this task.
In this paper we present a classifier that solves a certain kind of ambiguities in syntactic structure for Spanish, namely, ambiguities as to the point of adjunction of a prepositional phrase in the syntactic structure of a sentence (PP attachment). As a starting point, we used EsTxala dependency grammar for Spanish, integrated within FreeLing, with an(More)