Towards Robust Linguistic Analysis using OntoNotes

@inproceedings{Pradhan2013TowardsRL,
  title={Towards Robust Linguistic Analysis using OntoNotes},
  author={Sameer Pradhan and Alessandro Moschitti and Nianwen Xue and Hwee Tou Ng and Anders Bj{\"o}rkelund and Olga Uryupina and Yuchen Zhang and Zhi Zhong},
  booktitle={CoNLL},
  year={2013}
}
Large-scale linguistically annotated corpora have played a crucial role in advancing the state of the art of key natural language technologies such as syntactic, semantic and discourse analyzers, and they serve as training data as well as evaluation benchmarks. Up till now, however, most of the evaluation has been done on monolithic corpora such as the Penn Treebank, the Proposition Bank. As a result, it is still unclear how the state-of-the-art analyzers perform in general on data from a… CONTINUE READING

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