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The need for lemmatization in inflectionally rich languages is indisputable: it is applicable for the whole range of procedures — from textsearch, up to parsing. From two predominant approaches to lemmatization: 1) algorithmic (generally rule-based and realized with FSA) and 2) relational (generally data-driven and realized with databases), this paper opted(More)
We present the current state of development of the Croatian Dependency Treebank – with special empahsis on adapting the Prague Dependency Treebank formalism to Croatian language specifics – and illustrate its possible applications in an experiment with dependency parsing using MaltParser. The treebank currently contains approximately 2870 sentences, out of(More)
Preface 1 1. Classical groups 4 2. Parabolic induction 10 3. Admissible representations 16 4. Jacquet modules and cuspidal representations 24 5. Composition series of induced representations of SL(2, F ) and GL(2, F ) 34 6. Some examples 39 7. Parabolically induced representations of SL(2, F ) and GL(2, F ) 45 8. Some general consequences 52 9. GL(n, F ) 55(More)
This paper describes results of the first successful effort in applying a stochastic strategy – or, namely, a second order Markov model paradigm implemented by the TnT trigram tagger – to morphosyntactic tagging of Croatian texts. Beside the tagger, for purposes of both training and testing, we had at our disposal only a 100 Kw Croatia Weekly newspaper(More)
This paper describes the first steps towards the creation of a Bulgarian-Croatian comparable corpus. Its base are two newspaper subcorpora from larger reference corpora of Bulgarian and Croatian. In the beginning we rely on more extralinguistically-oriented, but methodologically cleaner parameters of similarity like: specific topics, pre-defined time span(More)
The paper presents results of an experiment dealing with sentiment analysis of Croatian text from the domain of finance. The goal of the experiment was to design a system model for automatic detection of general sentiment and polarity phrases in these texts. We have assembled a document collection from web sources writing on the financial market in Croatia(More)
Word-level morphosyntactic descriptions, such as “Ncmsn” designating a common masculine singular noun in the nominative, have been developed for all Slavic languages, yet there have been few attempts to arrive at a proposal that would be harmonised across the languages. Standardisation adds to the interchange potential of the resources, making it easier to(More)