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Edition 1.1 of the PARSEME Shared Task on Automatic Identification of Verbal Multiword Expressions
This paper describes the PARSEME Shared Task 1.1 on automatic identification of verbal multiword expressions. We present the annotation methodology, focusing on changes from last year’s shared task.…
Discontinuous parsing with continuous trees
We introduce a new method for incremental shift-reduce parsing of discontinuous constituency trees, based on the fact that discontinuous trees can be transformed into continuous trees by changing the…
1 An MCTAG with Tuples for Coherent Constructions in German
- Timm Lichte
- Computer Science
Using tuples and node sharing can provide an empirically broad and linguistically sound analysis of coherent constructions and scrambling in German, without the compulsive use of traces or the additional descriptive means in former MCTAG approaches.
Edition 1.2 of the PARSEME Shared Task on Semi-supervised Identification of Verbal Multiword Expressions
The effort of corpus creation, the task design, and the results obtained by the participating systems, especially their performance on unseen expressions are described.
XMG: eXtending MetaGrammars to MCTAG
The XMG formalism and its implementation is introduced, and it is shown how the latter makes it possible to extend the system relatively easily to different target formalisms, thus opening the way towards multi-formalism.
Characterizing Discontinuity in Constituent Treebanks
An empirical evaluation on German data as well as an investigation of the relation between the measures and grammars extracted from treebanks shows their relevance.
TuLiPA: Towards a Multi-Formalism Parsing Environment for Grammar Engineering
- Laura Kallmeyer, Timm Lichte, Wolfgang Maier, Y. Parmentier, Johannes Dellert, Kilian Evang
- Computer ScienceCOLING
- 23 July 2008
An open-source parsing environment (Tubingen Linguistic Parsing Architecture, TuLiPA) is presented which uses Range Concatenation Grammar (RCG) as a pivot formalism, thus opening the way to the parsing of several mildly context-sensitive formalisms.
Quantification in Frame Semantics with Hybrid Logic
- Laura Kallmeyer, Timm Lichte, R. Osswald, S. Pogodalla, C. Wurm
- Computer Science, Philosophy
- 1 June 2015
A type theoretic compositional semantics is developed using modal logic's hybrid logic extension in order to incorporate quantification and thereby allow for inference and reasoning in frame-based semantics.
Coupling Trees and Frames through XMG
This work introduces an extension that is capable of handling frames directly by means of a novel -dimension, and can be also applied to recent accounts of morphological decomposition, as it is shown using a refined version of the -dimension from .
Supervised Disambiguation of German Verbal Idioms with a BiLSTM Architecture
This paper presents a new VID corpus for German and performs a series of VID disambiguation experiments on it to find the best classifier, based on a neural architecture, that yields an error reduction across VIDs of 57% in terms of accuracy.