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user:zeman:treebanks:et [2011/11/21 13:44]
zeman Inside, sample and parsing.
user:zeman:treebanks:et [2011/11/28 17:10]
zeman New training/test data split.
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 ==== Size ==== ==== Size ====
  
-All four parts of the treebank together contain 9491 tokens in 1315 sentences, yielding 7.22 tokens per sentence on average. No official training-test data split is defined.+All four parts of the treebank together contain 9491 tokens in 1315 sentences, yielding 7.22 tokens per sentence on average. No official training-test data split is defined. ​Due to the small size of the treebank and extraordinary domain diversity, a good test set should sample from all four parts of the treebank. This is the case of our HamleDT experimental data split, shown in the last two rows of the table. 
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 +^ File ^ Sentences ^ Terminals ^ Average t/s ^ 
 +| arborest.xml |  175 |  2451 |  14.01 | 
 +| piialaused.xml |  732 |  4505 |  6.15 | 
 +| ratsepalaused.xml |  388 |  2348 |  6.05 | 
 +| sul.xml |  20 |  187 |  9.35 | 
 +| **total** |  **1315** |  **9491** |  **7.22** | 
 +| training |  1184 |  8535 |  7.21 | 
 +| test |  131 |  956 |  7.30 |
  
 ==== Inside ==== ==== Inside ====
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 The annotation contains lemmas, part of speech tags, morphosyntactic features, nonterminal labels and phrase structure. It is not clear whether (and to what degree) the annotation was performed or checked manually. The annotation contains lemmas, part of speech tags, morphosyntactic features, nonterminal labels and phrase structure. It is not clear whether (and to what degree) the annotation was performed or checked manually.
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 +Note that the TIGER-XML format, despite being phrase-based,​ stores word order separately from structure and thus allows for nonprojectivities.
  
 ==== Sample ==== ==== Sample ====
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 ==== Parsing ==== ==== Parsing ====
  
-The phrase structure is projective by definition.+Nonprojectivities in EKP are very rare. Only 7 out of the 9491 tokens are attached nonprojectively (0.074%).
  
 There is a constraint grammar parser for Estonian by Kaili Müürisep. I am not aware of any published evaluation of parsing accuracy. However, I am not sure that the treebank described here is not just output of the parser. There is a constraint grammar parser for Estonian by Kaili Müürisep. I am not aware of any published evaluation of parsing accuracy. However, I am not sure that the treebank described here is not just output of the parser.
  

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