Paper: Lexicon Features For Japanese Syntactic Analysis In Mu-Project-JE

ACL ID P84-1011
Title Lexicon Features For Japanese Syntactic Analysis In Mu-Project-JE
Venue Annual Meeting of the Association of Computational Linguistics
Session Main Conference
Year 1984
Authors

In this paper, we focus on the features of a lexicon for Japanese syntactic analysis in Japanese-to-English translation. Japanese word order is almost unrestricted and Kc~uio-~ti (postpositional case particle) is an important device which acts as the case label(case marker) in Japanese sentences. Therefore case grammar is the most effective grammar for Japanese syntactic analysis. The case frame governed by )buc~n and having surface case(Kakuio-shi), deep case(case label) and semantic markers for nouns is analyzed here to illustrate how we apply case grammar to Japanese syntactic analysis in our system. The parts of speech are classified into 58 sub-categories. We analyze semantic features for nouns and pronouns classified into sub-categories and we present a system for semantic markers. L...