Polish Parliamentary Corpus

author: Maciej Ogrodniczuk, Polish Academy of Sciences
published: May 30, 2018,   recorded: May 2018,   views: 526
released under terms of: Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY)


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This paper presents the Polish Parliamentary Corpus (PPC) – a new resource built upon the Polish Sejm Corpus and extended with current Senate proceedings and older (1918–1990) parliamentary transcripts. Corpus texts are automatically annotated with state-of-the-art language tools for Polish, resulting in a multi-layered stand-off sentence- and token-level segmentation, disambiguated morphosyntactic information, syntactic words and groups, named entities and coreference. The corpus is being constantly updated with new data from the current sittings. Currently the PPC is among the largest parliamentary corpora worldwide, amounting to approx. 300M words.

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