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Building the Syntactic Reference Corpus of Medieval French Using NotaBene RDF Annotation Tool
Mazziotta, Nicolas mailto [Université de Liège - ULiège > Département de langues et littératures romanes > Linguistique du français - Dialectologie wallonne >]
Proceedings of the 4th Linguistic Annotation Workshop (LAW IV) (exact title subject to change)
The Fourth Linguistic Annotation Workshop (LAW IV)
du 15 au 16 juillet 2010
Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL)
[en] Annotation ; linguistics ; corpus ; RDF ; OWL ; TigerXML
[en] In this paper, we introduce the use of the NotaBene RDF Annotation Tool free
software in order to build the Syntactic Reference Corpus of Medieval French,
that relies on a dependency-based model to manually annotate Old French texts
from the Base de Français Médiéval and the Nouveau Corpus d'Amsterdam.

NotaBene uses OWL ontologies to frame the terminology used in the annotation,
that is displayed in a tree view of the annotation. This tree widget allows
easy grouping and tagging of words and structures. To increase the quality of
the annotation, two annotators work independently on the same texts at the same
time and NotaBene can also generate automatic comparisons between both
analyses. The RDF format can be exported the data to several other formats:
namely, TigerXML (for querying the data and extracting structures) and graphviz
dot format (for quoting syntactic description in research papers).
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