Project description: Prague Dependency Treebank

[ ID = 0040 ] PDT 
Project namePrague Dependency Treebank 
Short name or acronymPDT 
Project URL http://ufal.mff.cuni.cz/pdt 
Project description

The Prague Dependency Treebank is a long-term project with two major phases. In 
the first phase (1996-2000), the morphological and syntactic analytic layers of 
annotation have been completed and made together with the preview of 
tectogrammatical layer annotation available as PDT 1.0. During the second phase 
(2000 - 2004, Center for Computational Linguistics), the tectogrammatical layer 
of annotation proceeds and the PDT 2.0 will be available in the end.
The structure of Prague Dependency Treebank (PDT) corresponds to a three-layer 
structure annotated corpus of Czech as a representative of inflectionally rich 
free-word-order languages: 
- morphological layer (lowest) - full morphological annotation 
- analytic layer (middle) - superficial (surface) syntactic annotation using 
dependency treebank; level conceptually close to the syntactic annotation used 
in the Penn Treebank 
- tectogrammatical layer (highest) - level of linguistic meaning 
Project durationJan 1996 - Dec 2004
NameDoc., Dr. Jan Hajič
OrganisationInstitute of Formal and Applied Linguistics, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague 
Address Malostranske nam. 25 
City118 00 Prague 1
Country Czech Republic 
Phone+420 2 2191 4257 
Fax+420 2 2191 4309 
Update this profile Last update: 2004-08-03 10:13:39


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