Annotating the Little Prince with Chinese AMRs

@inproceedings{Li2016AnnotatingTL,
  title={Annotating the Little Prince with Chinese AMRs},
  author={Bin Li and Yuan Wen and Weiguang Qu and Lijun Bu and Nianwen Xue},
  booktitle={LAW@ACL},
  year={2016}
}
Abstract Meaning Representation (AMR) is an annotation framework in which the meaning of a full sentence is represented as a rooted, acyclic, directed graph. In this paper, we describe a pilot project in whichMeaning Representation (AMR) is an annotation framework in which the meaning of a full sentence is represented as a rooted, acyclic, directed graph. In this paper, we describe a pilot project in which we develop specifications for the annotation of a Chinese AMR corpus: the Chinese… CONTINUE READING

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