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Treebank Statistics: UD_Hindi-HDTB: POS Tags: DET

There are 69 DET lemmas (0%), 103 DET types (0%) and 7525 DET tokens (2%). Out of 16 observed tags, the rank of DET is: 9 in number of lemmas, 10 in number of types and 9 in number of tokens.

The 10 most frequent DET lemmas: यह, कुछ, कई, वह, सभी, कम, ज्यादा, ऐसा, काफी, जो

The 10 most frequent DET types: इस, यह, इन, कुछ, कई, सभी, कम, ज्यादा, काफी, उस

The 10 most frequent ambiguous lemmas: यह (DET 3965, PRON 2931, NOUN 1, PROPN 1), कुछ (DET 449, PRON 118), कई (DET 372, ADV 1, PRON 1), वह (PRON 4916, DET 331, PROPN 1), सभी (DET 310, PRON 10), कम (DET 244, ADJ 1, NOUN 1, PROPN 1), ज्यादा (DET 213, NOUN 2, ADJ 1, ADV 1), ऐसा (DET 210, PRON 140), काफी (DET 197, ADV 29), जो (PRON 764, DET 177, PROPN 1, SCONJ 1)

The 10 most frequent ambiguous types: इस (DET 2370, PRON 251), यह (DET 798, PRON 684, NOUN 1), इन (DET 462, PRON 9, PROPN 5, X 1), कुछ (DET 449, PRON 118), कई (DET 372, ADV 1, PRON 1), सभी (DET 329, PRON 56), कम (DET 244, ADJ 1, NOUN 1, PROPN 1), ज्यादा (DET 210, NOUN 2, ADJ 1, ADV 1), काफी (DET 191, ADV 27), उस (DET 169, PRON 38)

Morphology

The form / lemma ratio of DET is 1.492754 (the average of all parts of speech is 1.203116).

The 1st highest number of forms (8) was observed with the lemma “यह”: इन, इन्हीं, इस, इसी, ऐसी, यह, यही, ये.

The 2nd highest number of forms (8) was observed with the lemma “वह”: उन, उन्हीं, उस, उसी, वह, वही, वे, वो.

The 3rd highest number of forms (3) was observed with the lemma “आधा”: आधा, आधी, आधे.

DET occurs with 7 features: PronType (7355; 98% instances), Case (4933; 66% instances), Number (4883; 65% instances), Person (4570; 61% instances), Gender (464; 6% instances), Echo (1; 0% instances), Polite (1; 0% instances)

DET occurs with 13 feature-value pairs: Case=Acc, Case=Nom, Echo=Rdp, Gender=Fem, Gender=Masc, Number=Plur, Number=Sing, Person=1, Person=3, Polite=Form, PronType=Dem, PronType=Ind, PronType=Int

DET occurs with 75 feature combinations. The most frequent feature combination is Case=Acc|Number=Sing|Person=3|PronType=Dem (2707 tokens). Examples: इस, उस, इसी, जिस, उसी, यह

Relations

DET nodes are attached to their parents using 17 different relations: det (7132; 95% instances), amod (118; 2% instances), compound (73; 1% instances), xcomp (38; 1% instances), advmod (31; 0% instances), root (23; 0% instances), acl:relcl (20; 0% instances), nmod (20; 0% instances), obj (20; 0% instances), obl (17; 0% instances), acl (9; 0% instances), case (7; 0% instances), conj (7; 0% instances), nsubj (6; 0% instances), mark (2; 0% instances), dep (1; 0% instances), punct (1; 0% instances)

Parents of DET nodes belong to 10 different parts of speech: NOUN (6864; 91% instances), ADJ (182; 2% instances), VERB (180; 2% instances), ADV (143; 2% instances), PRON (50; 1% instances), PROPN (41; 1% instances), DET (34; 0% instances), (23; 0% instances), NUM (7; 0% instances), X (1; 0% instances)

7072 (94%) DET nodes are leaves.

357 (5%) DET nodes have one child.

31 (0%) DET nodes have two children.

65 (1%) DET nodes have three or more children.

The highest child degree of a DET node is 8.

Children of DET nodes are attached using 16 different relations: advmod (155; 22% instances), dep (136; 19% instances), obl (99; 14% instances), nmod (66; 9% instances), nsubj (63; 9% instances), cop (61; 9% instances), punct (39; 6% instances), case (25; 4% instances), mark (17; 2% instances), det (16; 2% instances), cc (11; 2% instances), conj (9; 1% instances), compound (3; 0% instances), acl (2; 0% instances), advcl (2; 0% instances), nummod (2; 0% instances)

Children of DET nodes belong to 15 different parts of speech: NOUN (179; 25% instances), PART (141; 20% instances), ADV (103; 15% instances), AUX (61; 9% instances), NUM (47; 7% instances), PRON (39; 6% instances), PUNCT (38; 5% instances), DET (34; 5% instances), ADP (18; 3% instances), SCONJ (15; 2% instances), CCONJ (11; 2% instances), VERB (10; 1% instances), PROPN (5; 1% instances), X (4; 1% instances), ADJ (1; 0% instances)