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BIBLICAL LANGUAGES PS3(5)
NAME
ps3 - morpho-syntactic analysis at phrase level
SYNTAX
The syntax of this file is an extension to the syntax of
ps1(5), with the following supplementary rules.
line = label <space> lexical_data space
morph_data space func_data space
phrase_data <newline>.
phrase_data = phrdep_pos space phrase_type space
phrase_det.
phrdep_pos = integer.
phrase_type = integer.
phrase_det = integer.
DESCRIPTION
Ps3 is the format of the morpho-syntactic data base output
by syn03(1). This type of file contains the result of the
analysis at phrase level, where the phrase features are
being assigned a value. The phrase features are phrase
dependent part of speech, phrase type and phrase determina-
tion.
phrase dependent part of speech
The part of speech adopted as member of the phrase.
For this, the same set of values are used as for part
of speech.
phrase type
The value zero means `not the last word of the phrase'.
A non-zero value has a double meaning. It indicates
both `end of phrase' and the phrase type. A negative
value denotes an apposition with a phrase type of the
corresponding positive value. The following values for
phrase type are in use.
1 VP verbal phrase
2 NP nominal phrase
3 PrNP proper-noun phrase
4 AdvP adverbial phrase
5 PP prepositional phrase
6 CP conjunctive phrase
7 PPrP personal pronoun phrase
8 DPrP demonstrative pronoun phrase
9 IPrP interrogative pronoun phrase
10 InjP interjectional phrase
11 NegP negative phrase
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BIBLICAL LANGUAGES PS3(5)
12 InrP interrogative phrase
13 AdjP adjective phrase
phrase determination
The three possible values are: -1 (not applicable), 1
(undetermined) and 2 (determined).
EXAMPLE
The ellipsis (...) indicates where the morphological data
block has been left out (for clarity only).
Label Lexeme LxS PoS ... VbT Pe Nu Ge Sta PDP PhT PhD
IKON21,04 >CR 4 6 ... -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 6 6 -1
IKON21,04 DBR[ -1 1 ... 2 3 1 2 -1 1 1 -1
IKON21,04 >L 2 5 ... -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 5 5 -1
IKON21,04 NBWT// 0 3 ... -1 -1 1 0 2 3 3 2
IKON21,04 H 0 0 ... -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 0 0 -1
IKON21,04 JZR<>LJ/ -2 13 ... -1 -1 1 0 2 2 -2 2
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NOTES
The name PS file originally stems from the work on Psalm 1
in the early days of the Werkgroep Informatica. When the
research shifted to phrases, the term was reassessed as to
mean `Phrase Structure' file. Nowadays, however, this flag
no longer covers its cargo as PS files are a data base for
the complete morpho-syntactic analysis of a text.
SEE ALSO
lexcond(5), morfcond(5), phd(5), phrset(5), ps1(5), ps2(5),
syn03(1).
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