Analysis of Words’ Ambiguity in European Languages
In this paper, we investigated some properties of morphological and syntactical ambiguity of using of natural language words in several European languages. We introduced a set of ambiguity classes differentiated by predefined features resulting to lexical ambiguity. The syntactical ambiguity was investigated as well. In order to provide such analysis, we examined pairs of words with a given parts of speech. We examined the position of the governed word in the sentence: it precedes the heading word, it follows the heading word, or the governed word can be found in any position. We found out that resulting statistical distribution is unique for every language. It faces us the problem of language complexity, that should be investigated in a new project.
words co-occurrence, verbal government model, text style detection