A Rich Morphological Tagger for English: Exploring the Cross-Linguistic Tradeoff Between Morphology and Syntax

EACL 2017 Christo KirovJohn Sylak-GlassmanRebecca KnowlesRyan CotterellMatt Post

A traditional claim in linguistics is that all human languages are equally expressive{---}able to convey the same wide range of meanings. Morphologically rich languages, such as Czech, rely on overt inflectional and derivational morphology to convey many semantic distinctions... (read more)

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