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Cross-Lingual Induction for Deep Broad-Coverage Syntax: A Case Study on German Participles

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Cross-Lingual Induction for Deep Broad-Coverage Syntax: A Case Study on German Participles
This paper is a case study on cross-lingual induction of lexical resources for deep, broad-coverage syntactic analysis of German. We use a parallel corpus to induce a classifier for German participles which can predict their syntactic category. By means of this classifier, we induce a resource of adverbial participles from a huge monolingual corpus of German. We integrate the resource into a German LFG grammar and show that it improves parsing coverage while maintaining accuracy.
Sina Zarrieß, Aoife Cahill, Jonas Kuhn, Chri
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where COLING
Authors Sina Zarrieß, Aoife Cahill, Jonas Kuhn, Christian Rohrer
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