Yukio Tono


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Unlocking the Complexity of English Phrasal Verbs and Polysemes: An Analysis of Semantic Relations Using A-Level Vocabulary Items
Kohei Takebayashi | Yukio Tono
Proceedings of the 4th Conference on Language, Data and Knowledge


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An Annotated Corpus Management Tool: ChaKi
Yuji Matsumoto | Masayuki Asahara | Kiyota Hashimoto | Yukio Tono | Akira Ohtani | Toshio Morita
Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC’06)

Large scale annotated corpora are very important not only inlinguistic research but also in practical natural language processingtasks since a number of practical tools such as Part-of-speech (POS) taggers and syntactic parsers are now corpus-based or machine learning-based systems which require some amount of accurately annotated corpora. This article presents an annotated corpus management tool that provides various functions that include flexible search, statistic calculation, and error correction for linguistically annotated corpora. The target of annotation covers POS tags, base phrase chunks and syntactic dependency structures. This tool aims at helping development of consistent construction of lexicon and annotated corpora to be used by researchers both in linguists and language processing communities.