ILSP Dependency Parser is a syntactic analysis tool for the Greek language. The ILSP Dependency Parser automatically represents the syntactic structure of sentences in Greek, creating tree representations for each input sentence, where each word depends on a head word and is assigned a label depicting its relation to the head word. ILSP Dependency Parser is traned on the Greek Dependency Treebank, a resource developed by the ILSP/"ATHENA" RC, whichcomprises data annotated at several linguistic levels. Training data at the level of syntax consisted of ~175K words annotated using a dependency-based syntactic scheme that includes 25 main relations.
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