Tagging an Unfamiliar Text With Minimal Human Supervision

@inproceedings{Marcus1992TaggingAU,
  title={Tagging an Unfamiliar Text With Minimal Human Supervision},
  author={Mitch Marcus},
  year={1992}
}
In this paper, we will discuss a method for tagging an unannotated text corpus whose structure is completely unknown, with a little bit of help from an informant. Starting from scratch, automated and semi-automated methods are employed to build a part of speech tagger for the text. There are three steps to building the tagger: uncovering a set of part of speech tags, discovering for each word its most likely tag, and learning rules to both correct mistakes in the dictionary and discover where… CONTINUE READING
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