Julia Ritz


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Creating and Exploiting a Resource of Parallel Parses
Christian Chiarcos | Kerstin Eckart | Julia Ritz
Proceedings of the Fourth Linguistic Annotation Workshop


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Information Structure in African Languages: Corpora and Tools
Christian Chiarcos | Ines Fiedler | Mira Grubic | Andreas Haida | Katharina Hartmann | Julia Ritz | Anne Schwarz | Amir Zeldes | Malte Zimmermann
Proceedings of the First Workshop on Language Technologies for African Languages

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By all these lovely tokens... Merging Conflicting Tokenizations
Christian Chiarcos | Julia Ritz | Manfred Stede
Proceedings of the Third Linguistic Annotation Workshop (LAW III)

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Building and Using a Richly Annotated Interlinear Diachronic Corpus: The Case of Old High German Tatian
Svetlana Petrova | Michael Solf | Julia Ritz | Christian Chiarcos | Amir Zeldes
Traitement Automatique des Langues, Volume 50, Numéro 2 : Langues anciennes [Ancient Languages]


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A Flexible Framework for Integrating Annotations from Different Tools and Tag Sets
Christian Chiarcos | Stefanie Dipper | Michael Götze | Ulf Leser | Anke Lüdeling | Julia Ritz | Manfred Stede
Traitement Automatique des Langues, Volume 49, Numéro 2 : Plate-formes pour le traitement automatique des langues [Platforms for Natural Language Processing]

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Annotation of Information Structure: an Evaluation across different Types of Texts
Julia Ritz | Stefanie Dipper | Michael Götze
Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC'08)

We report on the evaluation of information structural annotation according to the Linguistic Information Structure Annotation Guidelines (LISA, (Dipper et al., 2007)). The annotation scheme differentiates between the categories of information status, topic, and focus. It aims at being language-independent and has been applied to highly heterogeneous data: written and spoken evidence from typologically diverse languages. For the evaluation presented here, we focused on German texts of different types, both written texts and transcriptions of spoken language, and analyzed the annotation quantitatively and qualitatively.


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Collocation Extraction: Needs, Feeds and Results of an Extraction System for German
Julia Ritz
Proceedings of the Workshop on Multi-word-expressions in a multilingual context

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Extraction tools for collocations and their morphosyntactic specificities
Julia Ritz | Ulrich Heid
Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC’06)

We describe tools for the extraction of collocations not only in the form of word combinations, but also of data about the morphosyntactic properties of collocation candidates. Such data are needed for a detailed lexical description of collocations, and to support both their recognition in text and the generation of collocationally acceptable text. We describe the tool architecture, report on a case study based on noun+verb collocations, and we give a first rough evaluation of the data quality produced.