The CLIN30 shared task: Have-doubling in historical varieties of Dutch

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  • Marijn Schraagen Universiteit Utrecht
  • Joanna Wall Universiteit Utrecht
  • Eduardo Brito Fraunhofer-Institut IAIS

Abstract

The CLIN30 Shared Task is defined as a computational approach to classify have-doubling, which is a syntactic phenomenon combining a past participle construction with an additional participle, usually from the verb have, e.g., ‘he has had lived there’. This paper describes perfect doubling, a particular subform of the have-doubling construction, in detail, and introduces a dataset to study the phenomenon in a computational way. Different classification approaches from the Shared Task participants are discussed, and an error analysis of classification results is provided. The models reach up to nearly 80% accuracy, which is a viable starting point for further research.

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2020-12-12

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Schraagen, M., Wall, J., & Brito, E. (2020). The CLIN30 shared task: Have-doubling in historical varieties of Dutch. Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands Journal, 10, 161–178. Retrieved from https://clinjournal.org/index.php/clinj/article/view/115

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