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PropBank as a Bootstrap for Richer Annotation Schemes

@inproceedings{KingsburyPropBankAA,
  title={PropBank as a Bootstrap for Richer Annotation Schemes},
  author={Paul R. Kingsbury and Benjamin Snyder and Nianwen Xue and Martha Palmer}
}
The successof interlingual annotationdependscrucially on agreementas to the entities to be annotated,both in termsof the categoriesof entitiesand in termsof the namesof the entities. Two independentannotationefforts at Pennresultedin annotationswhich had a comfortable amountof overlapbut which still disagreedsubstantiallyon eventhe categoriesto be marked. The English annotation took a very rich approachto annotation,marking a great many relationshipswhich werenot explicitly mentionedin… Expand

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