[Corpora-List] ProbBank purpose role: PNC or PRP?

Christian Chiarcos christian.chiarcos at gmail.com
Wed Mar 2 11:01:37 CET 2022

Hi Andy,

according to the 2010 guidelines ( http://clear.colorado.edu/compsem/documents/propbank_guidelines.pdf), both are two different tags, see Tab. 5.2. And in the current frameset, both continue to be used, e.g., in http://verbs.colorado.edu/propbank/framesets-english-aliases/come.html (PRP) and http://verbs.colorado.edu/propbank/framesets-english-aliases/open.html (PNC). In the reality of annotation, the difference can be hard to make at times, so that there will always be an inclination to generalize the one or the other.

Best, Christian

Am Mi., 2. März 2022 um 10:21 Uhr schrieb alueckin < luecking at em.uni-frankfurt.de>:

> Dear list,
> a clarification question regarding semantic role labeling according to
> PropBank as used, e.g., in CONLL 2012: there are two labels used for the
> purpose role, ARGM-PNC and ARGM-PRP. Are they used interchangeably?
> Some philology:
> The guidelines of CONLL 2014/15 mention only ARGM-PNC. The current
> PropBank guidelines (http://propbank.github.io) mention only ARGM-PRP. A
> break occurred in the 2005 CL paper (https://aclanthology.org/J05-1004/)
> where PNC is used in tab.1, p.77 but PRP is used in tab.13, p.99.
> Thanks for clarifying clues!
> Andy
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