LIARc: Labeling Implicit ARguments in Spanish Deverbal Nominalizations
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- Peris A., Taulé M., Rodríguez H., Bertran Ibarz M. (2013) LIARc: Labeling Implicit ARguments in Spanish Deverbal Nominalizations. In: Gelbukh A. (eds) Computational Linguistics and Intelligent Text Processing. CICLing 2013. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 7816. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
This paper deals with the automatic identification and annotation of the implicit arguments of deverbal nominalizations in Spanish. We present the first version of the LIAR system focusing on its classifier component. We have built a supervised Machine Learning feature based model that uses a subset of AnCora-Es as a training corpus. We have built four different models and the overall F-Measure is 89.9%, which means an increase F-Measure performance approximately 35 points over the baseline (55%). However, a detailed analysis of the feature performance is still needed. Future work will focus on using LIAR to automatically annotate the implicit arguments in the whole AnCora-Es.
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