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Building a Social Media Adapted PoS Tagger Using FlexTag -- A Case Study on Italian Tweets.

Tobias Horsmann; Torsten Zesch;
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  • Published: 28 Aug 2017
  • Publisher: Accademia University Press
We present a detailed description of our submission to the PoSTWITA shared-task for PoS tagging of Italian social media text. We train a model based on FlexTag using only the provided training data and external resources like word clusters and a PoS dictionary which are build from publicly available Italian corpora. We find that this minimal adaptation strategy, which already worked well for German social media data, is also highly effective for Italian. Vi presentiamo una descrizione dettagliata della nostra partecipazione al task di PoS tagging for Italian Social Media Texts (PoSTWITA). Abbiamo creato un modello basato su FlexTag utilizzando solo i dati fornit...
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