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Summary

The Google Korean Universal Dependency Treebank is first converted from the Universal Dependency Treebank v2.0 (legacy), and then enhanced by Chun et al., 2018.

Acknowledgements

This is a collaborative work by (in alphabetic order):

  • Jinho Choi, Emory University
  • Jayeol Chun, Emory University
  • Na-Rae Han, University of Pittsburgh
  • Jena D. Hwang, Institute for Human & Machine Cognition.
  • Ryan McDonald, Google Research
  • Joakim Nivre, Uppsala University
  • Daniel Zeman, Institute of Formal and Applied Linguistics

The project repository: https://github.com/emorynlp/ud-korean

Citation

  • Building Universal Dependency Treebanks in Korean, Jayeol Chun, Na-Rae Han, Jena D. Hwang, and Jinho D. Choi. In Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, LREC'18, Miyazaki, Japan, 2018.

Changelog

  • 2019-11-15 v2.5
    • Google gave permission to drop the "NC" restriction from the license. This applies to the UD annotations (not the underlying content, of which Google claims no ownership or copyright).
  • 2018-04-15 v2.2
    • Significant rework, fixed some annotation errors.
    • Added lemmas and fine-grained part-of-speech tags automatically generated by the KOMA morphological analyzer.
  • 2017-11-15 v2.1
    • No changes.
  • 2017-03-01 v2.0
    • Initial UD release.
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Universal Dependency Treebanks v2.0
(legacy information)
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Licenses and terms-of-use
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For the following languages

  German, Spanish, French, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean and Brazilian
  Portuguese

we will distinguish between two portions of the data.

1. The underlying text for sentences that were annotated. This data Google
   asserts no ownership over and no copyright over. Some or all of these
   sentences may be copyrighted in some jurisdictions.  Where copyrighted,
   Google collected these sentences under exceptions to copyright or implied
   license rights.  GOOGLE MAKES THEM AVAILABLE TO YOU 'AS IS', WITHOUT ANY
   WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED.

2. The annotations -- part-of-speech tags and dependency annotations. These are
   made available under a CC BY-SA 4.0. GOOGLE MAKES
   THEM AVAILABLE TO YOU 'AS IS', WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, WHETHER
   EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. See attached LICENSE file for the text of CC BY-NC-SA.

Portions of the German data were sampled from the CoNLL 2006 Tiger Treebank
data. Hans Uszkoreit graciously gave permission to use the underlying
sentences in this data as part of this release.

Any use of the data should reference the above plus:

  Universal Dependency Annotation for Multilingual Parsing
  Ryan McDonald, Joakim Nivre, Yvonne Quirmbach-Brundage, Yoav Goldberg,
  Dipanjan Das, Kuzman Ganchev, Keith Hall, Slav Petrov, Hao Zhang,
  Oscar Tackstrom, Claudia Bedini, Nuria Bertomeu Castello and Jungmee Lee
  Proceedings of ACL 2013

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Contact
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ryanmcd@google.com
joakim.nivre@lingfil.uu.se
slav@google.com
See https://github.com/ryanmcd/uni-dep-tb for more details
=== Machine-readable metadata =================================================
Data available since: UD v2.0
License: CC BY-SA 4.0
Includes text: yes
Genre: news blog
Lemmas: automatic
UPOS: converted from manual
XPOS: automatic
Features: not available
Relations: converted from manual
Contributors: McDonald, Ryan; Nivre, Joakim; Zeman, Daniel; Choi, Jinho; Han, Na-Rae; Hwang, Jena; Chun, Jayeol
Contributing: here
Contact: jinho.choi@emory.edu
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(Original treebank contributors: LaMontagne, Adam; Souček, Milan; Järvinen, Timo; Radici, Alessandra)