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From Peter Kl├╝gl <peter.klu...@averbis.com>
Subject Re: How to interpret Ruta Block?
Date Sun, 25 Jun 2017 07:43:49 GMT
Hi,


the head rule in the block (Dependency{Dependency.Governor.ct == 
governor}) restrict only the window in which the contained rule are 
allowed to match. If there are two NSUBJ dependencies, both with be 
matched indepedntly of there features. The second Dependency resolves 
anew, which will lead to a false postive match. If you have multiple 
annotation at the same offsets, you mostly cannot use type expression 
for automatically resolving to annotation. The first one will be selected.

If you want some restiction on the actual annotation, you could use for 
example the FOREACH block:


FOREACH(dep) d:Dependency{d.Governor.ct == governor} {
     Document{-> LOG("Dep-Type: " + dep.DependencyType)};
     dep{IS(NSUBJ)->LOG("NSUBJ-Text: " + dep.ct)};
}


(not tested, but the idea should be clear)


BLOCK is like a conditioned restiction of the document, FOREACH is 
rather like an actual loop over annotations as it does not restrict the 
matching window but remembers the matched annotation in the head rule.



Best,


Peter



Am 20.06.2017 um 16:36 schrieb Reza Hay:
> Hi Peter,
>
> I have the following Ruta (2.6.0) code:
> (DEP_ROOT & VERB) {->MARK(BioObject), governor = DEP_ROOT.Governor.ct};
> BLOCK(ForEach) Dependency{Dependency.Governor.ct == governor} {
>      Document{-> LOG("Dep-Type: " + Dependency.DependencyType)};
>      NSUBJ{->LOG("NSUBJ-Text: " + NSUBJ.ct)};
> }
>
> The input ("The fusion protein either directly activates or represses EWS-FLI1-bound
distal regulatory
> elements.") is:
> <dependency:DET xmi:id="903" sofa="12" begin="0" end="3" Governor="48" Dependent="24"
DependencyType="det" flavor="basic"/>
>      <dependency:NN xmi:id="911" sofa="12" begin="4" end="10" Governor="48" Dependent="36"
DependencyType="nn" flavor="basic"/>
>      <dependency:NSUBJ xmi:id="919" sofa="12" begin="11" end="18" Governor="84" Dependent="48"
DependencyType="nsubj" flavor="basic"/>
>      <dependency:NSUBJ xmi:id="927" sofa="12" begin="11" end="18" Governor="108" Dependent="48"
DependencyType="nsubj" flavor="basic"/>
>      <dependency:DEP xmi:id="935" sofa="12" begin="19" end="25" Governor="72" Dependent="60"
DependencyType="dep" flavor="basic"/>
>      <dependency:ADVMOD xmi:id="943" sofa="12" begin="26" end="34" Governor="84" Dependent="72"
DependencyType="advmod" flavor="basic"/>
>      <dependency:ROOT xmi:id="951" sofa="12" begin="35" end="44" Governor="84" Dependent="84"
DependencyType="root" flavor="basic"/>
>      <dependency:CONJ xmi:id="959" sofa="12" begin="48" end="57" Governor="84" Dependent="108"
DependencyType="conj_or" flavor="basic"/>
>      <dependency:AMOD xmi:id="967" sofa="12" begin="58" end="72" Governor="132" Dependent="120"
DependencyType="amod" flavor="basic"/>
>      <dependency:AMOD xmi:id="975" sofa="12" begin="73" end="79" Governor="156" Dependent="132"
DependencyType="amod" flavor="basic"/>
>      <dependency:AMOD xmi:id="983" sofa="12" begin="80" end="90" Governor="156" Dependent="144"
DependencyType="amod" flavor="basic"/>
>      <dependency:DOBJ xmi:id="991" sofa="12" begin="91" end="99" Governor="84" Dependent="156"
DependencyType="dobj" flavor="basic"/>
>
> and the output of the Ruta code:
> Dep-Type: nsubj
> NSUBJ-Text: protein
> NSUBJ-Text: protein
> Dep-Type: advmod
> Dep-Type: root
> Dep-Type: conj_or
> Dep-Type: dob
>
> My expectation was (without any match with the second NSUBJ):
> Dep-Type: nsubj
> NSUBJ-Text: protein
> Dep-Type: advmod
> Dep-Type: root
> Dep-Type: conj_or
> Dep-Type: dob
>
> I know there are two NSUBJ annotations but the Governor ("represses ") of the second
NSUBJ is different than the Block condition ("activates "). My interpretation was that the
Block condition (Dependency.Governor.ct == governor) doesn't allow for matching with the second
NSUBJ. Why am I surprised?
>
> Best Regards,
> Reza


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