Automatic Mapping Among Lexico-Grammatical Annotation Models (AMALGAM)

IN-DEPTH REVIEW


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  1. Introduction and lexico-grammatical word classes
  2. Our approach to lexico-grammatical word classes
  3. Problems in comparing lexico-grammatical annotation models
  4. Example output of the AMALGAM Multi-Tagger
  5. AMALGAM Multi-tagger - sample output
  6. Parsing schemes
  7. A neutral representation for grammatical structure
  8. Example Parses in normalised N-gram-like VSG form
  9. Problems with the VSG representation and conclusion
  10. Bibliography on Lexico-Grammatical Annotation Models


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