Multiword Expressions in the wild? The mwetoolkit comes in handy

@inproceedings{Ramisch2010MultiwordEI,
  title={Multiword Expressions in the wild? The mwetoolkit comes in handy},
  author={Carlos Ramisch and Aline Villavicencio and Christian Boitet},
  booktitle={COLING},
  year={2010}
}
The mwetoolkit is a tool for automatic extraction of Multiword Expressions (MWEs) from monolingual corpora. It both generates and validates MWE candidates. The generation is based on surface forms, while for the validation, a series of criteria for removing noise are provided, such as some (language independent) association measures.1 In this paper, we present the use of the mwetoolkit in a standard configuration, for extracting MWEs from a corpus of general-purpose English. The functionalities… CONTINUE READING
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