- (August 2019) The third volume of the PMWE book series has appeared: Yannick Parmentier and Jakub Waszczuk eds. (2019) Representation and parsing of multiword expressions: Current trends, in Phraseology and Multiword Expressions, Language Science Press, Berlin.
- (November 2018) The second volume of the PMWE book series has appeared: Stella Markantonatou, Carlos Ramisch, Agata Savary and Veronika Vincze, eds. (2018) Multiword expressions at length and in depth: Extended papers from the MWE 2017 workshop, in Phraseology and Multiword Expressions, Language Science Press, Berlin.
- (May 2018) The first volume of the PMWE book series has appeared: Manfred Sailer and Stella Markantonatou, eds. (2018) Mutliword Expressions: Insights from a Multi-lingual Perspective, in Phraseology and Multiword Expressions, Language Science Press, Berlin.
- (August 2018) The PARSEME corpus of vebral multiword expressions, edition 1.1, has been released via the LINDAT/CLARIN infrastructure.
- PARSEME funding is over after April 2017. Most activities of the PARSEME network will be tranferred to the SIGLEX-MWE section. New members to the section are welcome. Please, subscribe in 2 steps:
- join SIGLEX by via the web form
- join SIGLEX-MWE section by subscribing to the MWE mailing list
- PARSEME shared task on automatic identification of verbal MWEs - editions 1.0 and 1.1 are complete; edition 2.0 is planned for 2020.
PARSEME (PARSing and Multi-word Expressions)
Towards linguistic precision and computational efficiency in natural language processing
The IC1207 COST Action, PARSEME, is an interdisciplinary scientific network devoted to the role of multi-word expressions (MWEs) in parsing.
Duration: 8 March 2013 – 7 March 2017 (extended until 30 April 2017)
PARSEME is structured in 4 Working Groups. Its main activities include scientific meetings, short-term scientific missions, workshops and training schools. It promotes gender balance and it adheres to COST policy in promoting early-stage researchers.
Its target groups are the Action’s members, early-stage researchers, Master and PhD students, related Actions, projects and networks, other NLP researchers, language industry professionals, language resource providers, European institutions, foreign language teachers and learners, as well as the general public.
PARSEME welcomes new members from any member countries or from new COST countries.
To cite PARSEME, refer to its dissemination paper.
1 Second-level language families (or genera) according to the World Atlas of Language Structures
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