The risks of mixing dependency lengths from sequences of different length

13 Apr 2013 Ramon Ferrer-i-Cancho Haitao Liu

Mixing dependency lengths from sequences of different length is a common practice in language research. However, the empirical distribution of dependency lengths of sentences of the same length differs from that of sentences of varying length and the distribution of dependency lengths depends on sentence length for real sentences and also under the null hypothesis that dependencies connect vertices located in random positions of the sequence... (read more)

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