Combining Ontologies and Neural Networks for Analyzing Historical Language Varieties. A Case Study in Middle Low German

LREC 2016 Maria SukharevaChristian Chiarcos

In this paper, we describe experiments on the morphosyntactic annotation of historical language varieties for the example of Middle Low German (MLG), the official language of the German Hanse during the Middle Ages and a dominant language around the Baltic Sea by the time. To our best knowledge, this is the first experiment in automatically producing morphosyntactic annotations for Middle Low German, and accordingly, no part-of-speech (POS) tagset is currently agreed upon... (read more)

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