The Annotated Gumar Corpus is a manually annotated corpus of Gulf Arabic, specifically Emirati Arabic. The corpus consists of 200,000 words selected from eight different novels from the Gumar Corpus. Each word is annotated in context for tokenization, part-of-speech, lemmatization, spelling adjustment, English glosses, and sentence level dialect identification.
This resource was developed at the Computational Approaches to Modeling Language (CAMeL) Lab in New York University Abu Dhabi. It was supported by a New York University Abu Dhabi Research Enhancement Fund grant.
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Created by Salam Khalifa, Nizar Habash, Fadhl Eryani, Ossama Obeid at the Computational Approaches to Modeling Language (CAMeL) Lab in New York University Abu Dhabi.
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Please cite Khalifa et al. (2018, 2020) if you use The Annotated Gumar Corpus in your research:
Khalifa, Salam, Nizar Habash, Fadhl Eryani, Ossama Obeid, Dana Abdulrahim, and Meera Al Kaabi. A Morphologically Annotated Corpus of Emirati Arabic. In The Proceedings of LREC 2018.
Khalifa, Salam, Nasser Zalmout, and Nizar Habash. Morphological Analysis and Disambiguation for Gulf Arabic: The Interplay between Resources and Methods. In The Proceedings of LREC 2020.