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Book chapter

Noun Compositionality Detection using Distributional Semantics for the Russian Language

P. 218-229.
Puzyrev D. A., Shelmanov A., Panchenko A., Artemova E.

In this paper, we present the first gold-standard corpus of Russian noun compounds annotated with compositionality information. We used Universal Dependency treebanks to collect noun compounds according to part of speech patterns, such as ADJ-NOUN or NOUN-NOUN and annotated them according to the following schema: a phrase can be either compositional, non-compositional, or ambiguous (i.e., depending on the context it can be interpreted both as compositional or non-compositional). Next, we conduct a series of experiments to evaluate both unsupervised and supervised methods for predicting compositionality. To expand this manually annotated dataset with more non-compositional compounds and streamline the annotation process we use active learning. We show that not only the methods, previously proposed for English, are easily adapted for Russian, but also can be exploited in active learning paradigm, that increases the efficiency of the annotation process.