Difference between revisions of "Fijian/Universal Dependencies"

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==Evaluation==
 
==Evaluation==
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{| class="wikitable"
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!
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! fij.withmorph.udpipe
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! fij.nomorph.udpipe
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! Number of forms
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|-
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! fij.annotated.ud.conllu
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| UAS: 91.49%, LAS: 87.59%
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| UAS: 83.69%, LAS: 79.79%
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| 282
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|-
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! fij.annotated2.ud.conllu
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| UAS: 55.17%, LAS: 39.08%
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| UAS: 50.57%, LAS: 38.51%
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| 174
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|}
  
 
==Dependency Relations==
 
==Dependency Relations==

Revision as of 09:00, 4 May 2018

Evaluation

fij.withmorph.udpipe fij.nomorph.udpipe Number of forms
fij.annotated.ud.conllu UAS: 91.49%, LAS: 87.59% UAS: 83.69%, LAS: 79.79% 282
fij.annotated2.ud.conllu UAS: 55.17%, LAS: 39.08% UAS: 50.57%, LAS: 38.51% 174

Dependency Relations

nsubj

The subject NP always follow the predicate. When there is no subject NP present, but only a pronoun precedes the predicate head, then the pronoun is in the nsubj relationship with the predicate.



expl

A predicate head usually requires a subject pronoun preceding it. When there is a subject NP with the same reference following the predicate, the subject pronoun gets expl dependency.



obl

When the predicate


aux

xcomp