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When Collaborative Treebank Curation Meets Graph Grammars: Arborator With a Grew Back-End

Abstract : In this paper we present Arborator-Grew, a collaborative annotation tool for treebank development. Arborator-Grew combines the features of two preexisting tools: Arborator and Grew. Arborator is a widely used collaborative graphical online dependency treebank annotation tool. Grew is a tool for graph querying and rewriting specialized in structures needed in NLP, i.e. syntactic and semantic dependency trees and graphs. Grew also has an online version, Grew-match, where all Universal Dependencies treebanks in their classical, deep and surface-syntactic flavors can be queried. Arborator-Grew is a complete redevelopment and modernization of Arborator, replacing its own internal database storage by a new Grew API, which adds a powerful query tool to Arborator's existing treebank creation and correction features. This includes complex access control for parallel expert and crowd-sourced annotation, tree comparison visualization, and various exercise modes for teaching and training of annotators. Arborator-Grew opens up new paths of collectively creating, updating, maintaining, and curating syntactic treebanks and semantic graph banks.
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Gaël Guibon, Marine Courtin, Kim Gerdes, Bruno Guillaume. When Collaborative Treebank Curation Meets Graph Grammars: Arborator With a Grew Back-End. LREC 2020 - 12th Language Resources and Evaluation Conference, May 2020, Marseille, France. ⟨hal-03021720⟩



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