Preprocessing Greek Papyri for Linguistic Annotation

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Vierros, Marja; Henriksson, Erik;
(2017)
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  • Subject: dependency grammar | linguistic annotation | avaScript | [ SHS.STAT ] Humanities and Social Sciences/Methods and statistics | Bibliography. Library science. Information resources | [ SHS.LANGUE ] Humanities and Social Sciences/Linguistics | History of scholarship and learning. The humanities | AZ20-999 | MySQL | papyri | [SHS.STAT]Humanities and Social Sciences/Methods and statistics | [SHS.STAT] Humanities and Social Sciences/Methods and statistics | General Works | TEI EpiDoc XML | Greek | A | Information resources (General) | Python | [ SHS.CLASS ] Humanities and Social Sciences/Classical studies | ZA3040-5185 | JavaScript | [SHS.CLASS]Humanities and Social Sciences/Classical studies | [SHS.LANGUE]Humanities and Social Sciences/Linguistics | [SHS.LANGUE] Humanities and Social Sciences/Linguistics | Z | [SHS.CLASS] Humanities and Social Sciences/Classical studies | treebank
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International audience; Greek documentary papyri form an important direct source for Ancient Greek. It has been exploited surprisingly little in Greek linguistics due to a lack of good tools for searching linguistic structures. This article presents a new tool and digit... View more
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