Automatic Mapping Among Lexico-Grammatical Annotation Models (AMALGAM)




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Example output of the AMALGAM Multi-Tagger

You can view longer samples of output of the AMALGAM Multi-Tagger, our version of the Brill tagger retrained with wordtagging schemes from Brown, LOB, PARTS, POW, SEC and UPenn Corpora. The first few sentences from Brown Corpus text N29, formatted vertically with combined words split into constituents and markup stripped out, are:

why n't ya say so , fellow travelers !
why , we got dinner right here .
c'm on , buddy , help me set up the kitchen and we 'll have food in a minute or two .
Cappy looked wary , but he moved off the floorboards and followed the dirty ex-musician to the center of the refuse-littered boxcar .
Ernie crouched and opened the carpet bag .
he took out a small packet filled with bits of charcoal , a deep pot of thin metal , some sheets of newspaper , a book of matches and a wrinkled and many-times folded piece of tin foil with holes in it .
he put the charcoal in the pot , lit the paper with the matches , and carefully stretched the tin foil across the top of the pot .
a charcoal pit , man , he said , indicating the slightly-smoking makeshift brazier .
fan it , he told Cappy , handing him a sheet of newspaper .
yeah , but what 're we gon na eat ?
charcoal ?
fella , Ernie waggled a dirty finger at the younger man , you try my ever-lovin' patience .
he reached once more into the carpet bag and brought up a package of wieners .

This text has been wordtagged according to several rival tagging schemes, vertically aligned to simplify comparison.

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