Mercurius Treebank

Clarino UiB

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Oppdatert: 2015-10-06

The Mercurius Treebank is a syntactically annotated corpus using a

modification of the hybrid TIGER annotation scheme, which combines

dependency and constituency information. The annotation scheme was

accommodated to the needs of a historical corpus. So far, the

MERCURIUS treebank comprises two early newspapers. i.e. the

'Mercurius' of 1667 and the 'Annus Christi' published in 1597. with a

total of 170.000 tokens and 8.500 syntactically annotated sentences.

The present corpus has been compiled in 2003 to 2005 as a pilot to a

much larger project aiming at the establishment of a syntactically

annotated reference corpus for the period of Early New High German

(1350-1650) as a whole

(http://www.uni-potsdam.de/guvdds/projekte/abgproj.html).

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