DSS calculation

Brian MacWhinney macw at cmu.edu
Fri Jan 8 19:17:42 UTC 2016


Dear Kelly,

    The problem you encountered with DSS could be avoided if you transcribed using parens, as in this example:

*CHI: Sherri like(s) [* m] pizza .
%mor: n:prop|Sherri v|like-3S n|pizza .

In other words, DSS can only go on the basis of what the %mor line provides.  So, you need to mark the error, but then allow MOR to recognize “likes” as a verb.

It is strange that DSS is treating [*] and [* m] differently and we will look into that.  However, the straightforward solution to this
problem is to transcribe as "like(s") instead of just “like”.

—Brian MacWhinney

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