Presentation on theme: "KINSHIP: COMPLEX RELATION EXTRACTION IN PORTUGUESE EIGHTEEN CENTURY NARRATIVE SOURCES LÍGIA GASPAR DUARTE | PAULO QUARESMA | FERNANDA OLIVAL CIDEHUS INESC-ID."— Presentation transcript:
KINSHIP: COMPLEX RELATION EXTRACTION IN PORTUGUESE EIGHTEEN CENTURY NARRATIVE SOURCES LÍGIA GASPAR DUARTE | PAULO QUARESMA | FERNANDA OLIVAL CIDEHUS INESC-ID CIDHEUS “Exploring Historical Sources with Language Technology: Results and Perspectives” The Hague, 8-9 December 2014 Évora University - Portugal
SUMMARY Background Documental sources / corpus Terminology Kinship relation expressions Conceptual model for the early modern kinship ontology Next steps Final remark
KINSHIP TERMINOLOGY GENERAL MAP EGO father grandmother great-grandmother great-grandparent brother sister-in-law nephew uncle aunt mother-in-law wife father-in-law son daughter-in-law daughter son-in-law granddaughter granduncle grandson-in-law etc cousin niece mother grandfather etc brother-in-law nephew stepbrother etc cousin brother natural son bastard complete brother heir daughter successor son second-born daughter son
SCRIBAL NEWS EXAMPLE daughter heir brothers second-born daughter count countess mother of / sister of daughter of / nice of brothers / uncles husband of wife of couple / husband and wife parents of mother of / wife of father of / husband of
KINSHIP RELATIONS EXPRESSIONS TYPOLOGY: THE IMPLICIT Implicit relations (It implies a kin relation without kin terminology): a) Nobility titles (ex. Aveiras countess = spouse of Aveiras count); b) Royal Family (ex. “Infante” = king´s son / brother); c) Neutral: Single presence of associated kinship terms (verbs or nouns that indicate a kinship situation as for example, marriage, birth and death).
Explicit relations (include kinship terminology): a) Simple (“son of“, “grandmother of”); b) Estructured: in sequence (Mrs. Constança granddaughter, António Rodrigues wife and Francisco Correia sister); c) Composed: It congregates all the other forms (includes one or more combinations between all other items, explicit or implicit). KINSHIP RELATIONS EXPRESSIONS TYPOLOGY: THE EXPLICIT
TYPE RELATION PROPORTION
Conceptual Model towards Early Modern kinship ontology Kinship situation alliance filiation espiritual matrimonial impediments discipline fictition Norms politics church pratices “Casa” (house) family / household social succession matrimonial politics assets aristocracy principles Kinship Actor group person Event Relation morality
NEXT STEPS CIDOC CRM Protégé TEI Automatic ontology population
FINAL REMARK The followed approach is very time consuming, although allows fine granularity analysis of kinship expressions.