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Reflections on Universal Dependencies

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Universal Dependencies is a framework for cross-linguistically consistent treebank annotation that has so far been applied to over 50 languages. It was developed primarily to support multilingual parsing research, but the resources have proven useful for a wide range of studies that were not foreseen originally, including research on language typology. In this talk, I will give a general introduction to Universal Dependencies and the resources developed in the project, and survey a number of representative examples of how the resources have been put to use in different scientific investigations. I will conclude with some reflections on how Universal Dependencies relate to linguistic theory, on the one hand, and parsing technology, on the other.

This talk is part of the Language Technology Lab Seminars series.

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