Paper $15.00 ISBN: 9788024602820 Published July 2004 World rights except for the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic

Disambiguation of Rich Inflection

Computational Morphology of Czech

Jan Hajic

Jan Hajic

Distributed for Karolinum Press, Charles University

330 pages | 6 x 8
Paper $15.00 ISBN: 9788024602820 Published July 2004 World rights except for the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic
Contents

1 Introduction

 

2 Formal Morphology of Czech

2.1 Formal Morphology

2.2 Introduction to The Czech Tag System

2.3 The Positional Tag System for Czech

2.4 The Compact Tag System for Czech

 

3 The Paradigm System

3.1 The Paradigm Field

3.2 The Negation Field

3.3 The List of Endings

3.4 Paradigm Names

 

4 The Morphological Dictionary

4.1 The Root Field

4.2 The Paradigm Field

4.3 The Lemma Field

4.4 The Tag Field .

4.5 The Comment Field

4.6 The Alternate Part of Speech Field

4.7 The Style Field

4.8 The Term Field

 

5 Analysis and Generation of Word Forms

5.1 Direct Analysis and Generation

5.2 The Data.

5.3 The Analysis Algorithm

5.4 The Generation Algorithm

5.5 Other Algorithms

 

6 Morphological Disambiguation (Tagging)

6.1 Tagging - a step aside?

6.2 Orthogonality of Morphological Categories

6.3 The Training Data

6.4 The Model

6.5 Training

6.6 Results

6.7 Tagging Other Languages Using Scarce Resources

6.8 Conclusion and Further Research

6.9 Lemmatization and Word Sense Disambiguation

 

7 Resources & References

 

A Czech Morphological Data

A.1 Positional Tags - Quick Reference

A.2 The Endings

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