%mor coding and disambiguation

Brian MacWhinney macw at cmu.edu
Thu Mar 6 13:56:01 UTC 2008

Dear Natalia,
    There is no disambiguation during the running of MOR.  Instead,  
you use a second program called POST to run the disambiguation. POST  
requires the creation of a training file with POSTTRAIN and no one has  
yet created this.  In general, the German tagger seems very complete,  
but I have not yet devoted the time needed to bring it into better fit  
with the overall MOR system in the way I have done for English,  
Italian, Spanish, Cantonese, and Mandarin.  It wouldn't be too hard.   
I imagine I could get it fitting better in about a week of work.

--Brian MacWhinney

On Mar 6, 2008, at 1:37 PM, Gagarina, Natalia wrote:

> dear chibolts,
> i have a question about disambiguation during tagging (%mor coding).  
> if i
> remember correctly, there was an disambiguation option smth like
> <disambiguation during tagging> several years ago - does it still  
> exist?
> does someone have experience with the %mor tagging of german and, if  
> yes,
> how do you disambiguate inflections, parts of speech, etc?
> thank you in advance also on behalf of the colleagues,
> natalia gagarina
> center for general linguistics, berlin, germany
> >

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