Statistical Parsing of Morphologically Rich Languages (SPMRL) What, How and Whither

  title={Statistical Parsing of Morphologically Rich Languages (SPMRL) What, How and Whither},
  author={Reut Tsarfaty and Djam{\'e} Seddah and Yoav Goldberg and Sandra K{\"u}bler and Yannick Versley and Marie Candito and Jennifer Foster and Ines Rehbein and Lamia Tounsi},
The term Morphologically Rich Languages (MRLs) refers to languages in which significant information concerning syntactic units and relations is expressed at word-level. There is ample evidence that the application of readily available statistical parsing models to such languages is susceptible to serious performance degradation. The first workshop on statistical parsing of MRLs hosts a variety of contributions which show that despite languagespecific idiosyncrasies, the problems associated with… CONTINUE READING
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