Search Results for author: Zden{\v{e}}k {\v{Z}}abokrtsk{\'y}

Found 37 papers, 1 papers with code

Supervised Morphological Segmentation Using Rich Annotated Lexicon

no code implementations RANLP 2019 Ebrahim Ansari, Zden{\v{e}}k {\v{Z}}abokrtsk{\'y}, Mohammad Mahmoudi, Hamid Haghdoost, Jon{\'a}{\v{s}} Vidra

In the experimental phase, using the hand-annotated Persian lexicon and two smaller similar lexicons for Czech and Finnish languages, we evaluated the effect of the training data size, different hyper-parameters settings as well as different RNN-based models.

Projection-based Coreference Resolution Using Deep Syntax

no code implementations WS 2017 Michal Nov{\'a}k, Anna Nedoluzhko, Zden{\v{e}}k {\v{Z}}abokrtsk{\'y}

The paper describes the system for coreference resolution in German and Russian, trained exclusively on coreference relations project ed through a parallel corpus from English.

Coreference Resolution

Slavic Forest, Norwegian Wood

no code implementations WS 2017 Rudolf Rosa, Daniel Zeman, David Mare{\v{c}}ek, Zden{\v{e}}k {\v{Z}}abokrtsk{\'y}

We once had a corp, or should we say, it once had us They showed us its tags, isn{'}t it great, unified tags They asked us to parse and they told us to use everything So we looked around and we noticed there was near nothing We took other langs, bitext aligned: words one-to-one We played for two weeks, and then they said, here is the test The parser kept training till morning, just until deadline So we had to wait and hope what we get would be just fine And, when we awoke, the results were done, we saw we{'}d won So, we wrote this paper, isn{'}t it good, Norwegian wood.

Dependency Parsing Machine Translation +1

Merging Data Resources for Inflectional and Derivational Morphology in Czech

no code implementations LREC 2016 Zden{\v{e}}k {\v{Z}}abokrtsk{\'y}, Magda {\v{S}}ev{\v{c}}{\'\i}kov{\'a}, Milan Straka, Jon{\'a}{\v{s}} Vidra, Ad{\'e}la Limbursk{\'a}

The paper deals with merging two complementary resources of morphological data previously existing for Czech, namely the inflectional dictionary MorfFlex CZ and the recently developed lexical network DeriNet.

Lemmatization Morphological Analysis

Word-Formation Network for Czech

no code implementations LREC 2014 Magda {\v{S}}ev{\v{c}}{\'\i}kov{\'a}, Zden{\v{e}}k {\v{Z}}abokrtsk{\'y}

In the present paper, we describe the development of the lexical network DeriNet, which captures core word-formation relations on the set of around 266 thousand Czech lexemes.

Lemmatization Machine Translation +1

Prague Dependency Style Treebank for Tamil

no code implementations LREC 2012 Loganathan Ramasamy, Zden{\v{e}}k {\v{Z}}abokrtsk{\'y}

Annotated corpora such as treebanks are important for the development of parsers, language applications as well as understanding of the language itself.

Dependency Parsing

Language Richness of the Web

no code implementations LREC 2012 Martin Majli{\v{s}}, Zden{\v{e}}k {\v{Z}}abokrtsk{\'y}

The W2C Web Corpus contains more than 100{\textasciitilde}MB of text available for 75 languages.

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