A Falta de Pan, Buenas Son Tortas: The Efficacy of Predicted UPOS Tags for Low Resource UD Parsing

Mark Anderson, Mathieu Dehouck, Carlos Gómez-Rodríguez
2021 Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Parsing Technologies and the IWPT 2021 Shared Task on Parsing into Enhanced Universal Dependencies (IWPT 2021)   unpublished
We evaluate the efficacy of predicted UPOS tags as input features for dependency parsers in lower resource settings to evaluate how treebank size affects the impact tagging accuracy has on parsing performance. We do this for real low resource universal dependency treebanks, artificially low resource data with varying treebank sizes, and for very small treebanks with varying amounts of augmented data. We find that predicted UPOS tags are somewhat helpful for low resource treebanks, especially
more » ... n fewer fully-annotated trees are available. We also find that this positive impact diminishes as the amount of data increases. * Lacking yeast-proven bread, a flatbread alternative will suffice, i.e. if you can't get more fully-annotated dependency trees, annotating UPOS tags can still be helpful.
doi:10.18653/v1/2021.iwpt-1.8 fatcat:tdpo7jvnwngmbhauzecqn6tviq