Hajime Hoji .Language Faculty Science
Cambridge University Press

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EPSA [10]-11

This is a Sub-Experiment for EPSA [1]-n and EPSA [33]-n. The specification of the intended dependency interpretation is prose-based. SG2 is added to EPSA [10]-5 and EPSA [10]-10. The two LGs in EPSA [10]-11 are: BVA(55% izyoo-no tihoozititai, soko/asoko) 'BVA(55% or more local governments, it)' and BVA(kanari-no kazu-no seizika, soitu/aitu). 'BVA(a good number of politicians, him/her/that person)'.


[10]-11 Design


[10]-11 Examples


[10]-11 Summary

[10]-11 Lexical-group-based

Effects of informant classification on a *Schema-based prediction

[3]-7 Summary

[3]-7 Lexical-group-based

Informant list for [10]-11:
based on: [3]-7, soitu; &
based on [3]-7, soko

The informant classification is based on the result of [3]-7, considering Lexical group 3 (soitu-tati vs. soitu) and Lexical group 4 (sono 2-sya vs. soko). We consider only those informants whose %(Y) on B is 0% and whose %(Y) on A is 50% or higher in [3]-7, both with Lexical group 3 and Lexical group 4.

[10]-11 Summary, based on the above informant list

[10]-11 Lexical-group-based, based on the above informant list

Raw data

[10]-11 Raw Data