Multiplanarity - a model for dependency structures in treebanks

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Yli-Jyrä , A M 2003 , Multiplanarity - a model for dependency structures in treebanks . in J Nivre & E Hinrichs (eds) , TLT 2003, Proceedings of the Second Workshop on Treebanks and Linguistic Theories . Växjö University Press , Växjö, Sweden , pp. 189-200 , The Second Workshop on Treebanks and Linguistic Theories , Växjö , Sweden , 14/11/2003 .

Title: Multiplanarity - a model for dependency structures in treebanks
Alternative title: Monitasoisuus - malli puupankeissa olevia dependenssirakenteita varten
Author: Yli-Jyrä, Anssi Mikael
Other contributor: Nivre, J.
Hinrichs, E.
Contributor organization: Department of Modern Languages 2010-2017
Anssi Mikael Yli-Jyrä / Principal Investigator
Krister Linden / Research Group
Publisher: Växjö University Press
Date: 2003
Language: eng
Number of pages: 12
Belongs to series: TLT 2003, Proceedings of the Second Workshop on Treebanks and Linguistic Theories
Abstract: Eri kielille tehtyjen puupankkien määrä kasvaa tasaista vauhtia. Huomattava osa viimeaikaisista puupankeista käyttää annotaatiokäytäntöä joka perustuu dependenssisyntaksiin. Esitämme tässä paperissa mallin lingvistisesti adekvaattien dependenssirakenteiden luokille. Malli on testattu Danish Dependency Treebankin avulla. jne...The number of treebanks available for different languages is growing steadily. A considerable portion of the recent treebanks use annotation schemes that are based on dependency syntax. In this paper, we give a model for linguistically adequate classes of dependency structures in treebanks. Our model is tested using the Danish Dependency Treebank. Lecerf’s projectivity hypothesis assumes a constraint on linear word- order in dependency analyses. Unfortunately, projectivity does not lend itself to adequate treatment of certain non-local syntactic phenomena which are extensively studied in the literature of constituent-based theories such as TG, GB, GPSG, TAG, and LFG. Among these phenomena are scrambling, topicalizations, WH-movements, cleft sentences, discontinuous NPs, and discontinuous negation. a few relaxed models somewhat similar to projectivity have been pro- posed. These include quasi-projectivity, planarity, pseudo-projectivity, meta-projectivity, and polarized dependency grammars. None of the these models is motivated by formal language theory. The current work presents a new word-order model with a clear connection to formal language theory. The model, multiplanarity with a bounded number of planes, is based on planarity, which is itself a generalization of projectivity.
Description: Cited several times. E.g. 1. Marco Kuhlmann & Joakim Nivre: Mildly non-projective dependency structures. In the Proceedings of the COLING/ACL on Main conference poster sessions, p. 507--514. In series COLING-ACL '06. Sydney, Australia, 2006. 2. Carlos Gómez-Rodriguez and Joakim Nivre: A transition-based for 2-Planar Dependency Structures. In Proceedings of the 48th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, pages 1492--1501, Uppsala, Sweden, 11-16 July 2010. ACL 3. Marco Kuhlmann. Dependency Structures and Lexicalized Grammars. An Algebraic Approach. LNAI 6270. FoLLI Publications on Logic, Language and Information. Springer 2010. 4.
Subject: 612 Languages and Literature
beroende grammatik
dependency grammar
cross-serial dependencies
113 Computer and information sciences
miedosti kontestisensitiiviset kielioppi
oikealle lineaarinen indeksoitu kielioppi
graafien dekompositio
milt sammanhangsberoende grammatiker
höger-linjärä grammatikor
pushdown automat
mildly context sensitive grammars
right-linear indexed grammar
graph decomposition
pushdown automata
Peer reviewed: Yes
Usage restriction: openAccess
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