Proceedings of the 21st Nordic Conference on Computational Linguistics (NoDaLiDa). 2017, 142-151
This paper reports on a suite of experiments that evaluates how the linguistic granularity of part-of-speech tagsets impacts the performance of tagging and syntactic dependency parsing. Our results show that parsing accuracy can be significantly improved by introducing more finegrained morphological information in the tagset, even if tagger accuracy is compromised. Our taggers and parsers are trained and tested using the annotations of the Norwegian Dependency Treebank.
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