Edition 1.1 of the PARSEME Shared Task on Automatic Identification of Verbal Multiword Expressions. Ramisch, C., Cordeiro, S., R., Savary, A., Vincze, V., Mititelu, V., B., Buljan, M., Candito, M., Gantar, P., Giouli, V., Hawwari, A., Iñurrieta, U., Krek, S., Lichte, T., Liebeskind, C., Monti, J., Parra Escartín, C., Qasemizadeh, B., Ramisch, R., Schneider, N., Stoyanova, I., & Walsh, A. Technical Report
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This paper describes the PARSEME Shared Task 1.1 on automatic identification of verbal multi-word expressions. We present the annotation methodology, focusing on changes from last year's shared task. Novel aspects include enhanced annotation guidelines, additional annotated data for most languages, corpora for some new languages, and new evaluation settings. Corpora were created for 20 languages, which are also briefly discussed. We report organizational principles behind the shared task and the evaluation metrics employed for ranking. The 17 participating systems, their methods and obtained results are also presented and analysed.
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 abstract = {This paper describes the PARSEME Shared Task 1.1 on automatic identification of verbal multi-word expressions. We present the annotation methodology, focusing on changes from last year's shared task. Novel aspects include enhanced annotation guidelines, additional annotated data for most languages, corpora for some new languages, and new evaluation settings. Corpora were created for 20 languages, which are also briefly discussed. We report organizational principles behind the shared task and the evaluation metrics employed for ranking. The 17 participating systems, their methods and obtained results are also presented and analysed.},
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 author = {Ramisch, Carlos and Cordeiro, Silvio Ricardo and Savary, Agata and Vincze, Veronika and Mititelu, Verginica Barbu and Buljan, Maja and Candito, Marie and Gantar, Polona and Giouli, Voula and Hawwari, Abdelati and Iñurrieta, Uxoa and Krek, Simon and Lichte, Timm and Liebeskind, Chaya and Monti, Johanna and Parra Escartín, Carla and Qasemizadeh, Behrang and Ramisch, Renata and Schneider, Nathan and Stoyanova, Ivelina and Walsh, Abigail}
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