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Word-Order Switch and Its Representation in Corpus
Time:2015-11-27  
WANG Yuelong
College of Humanities, Huaqiao University, Quanzhou 362021, Fujian, China
Abstract:
Word-order information is very useful in information processing, and it is worthy to annotate in corpus. In this paper, we analyze the syntactic functions afforded by word-order switch in Mandarin Chinese, and present a feasible annotation approach based on the word order information. The experiment results show that there is a very significant difference for the frequency information of word distribution after annotation. Therefore, it is helpful for obtaining the accurate frequency information. Meanwhile, word-order switch information can also offer meaningful pragmatic information to improve the quality of machine translation.
Key words:translation; word-order switch; referential function; dependency
CLC number:TP 305
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