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Automatic acquisition of lexical knowledge about multiword predicates / Afsaneh Fazly.

Afsaneh Fazly

Automatic acquisition of lexical knowledge about multiword predicates / Afsaneh Fazly.

by Afsaneh Fazly

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Published in 2007 .
Written in English


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Paginationxi, 135 leaves :
Number of Pages135
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Open LibraryOL19459983M

(2) there is a suggested acquisition order for multiword lexical units (3) there is an agreed-on collection of common multiword lexical units among these textbooks By presenting the analysis of multiword lexical units from the latest published textbooks, this study offers possible direction for File Size: KB. Suzanne Stevenson, Afsaneh Fazly, Ryan North, Statistical measures of the semi-productivity of light verb constructions, Proceedings of the Workshop on Multiword Expressions: Integrating Processing, p, July , , Barcelona, SpainCited by:

Research data from the thesis Structure of lexicon in the automatic acquisition of lexical information. MONO-DATASETS: contains files of the single-sense English data sets extracted for each lexical semantic class studied in the thesis (COMMUNICATION_OBJECT, EVENT, HUMAN, LOCATION and ORGANIZATION).Author: Lauren Michele Romeo. Recent work by members of the DELPH-IN consortium and other research groups has demonstrated the possibility of automatic lexical acquisition from corpora for broad-coverage precision grammars. Fazly, Afsaneh; Stevenson, Suzanne, and North, Ryan () Automatically learning semantic knowledge about multiword predicates, (29 pages), journal.

A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data A catalog record for this book is available from the Library of Congress ISBN (pbk) Extracts from The Philosopher’s Demise: Learning French by Richard Watson. Lexical Knowledge Attrition in Incidental Vocabulary Acquisition by 1. Revathi Srinivas 2. Sunama Patro Abstract In Second Language Acquisition (SLA) research, the construct of ‘incidental vocabulary acquisition’ has been defined as a process of subconscious acquisition of aspects of word knowledge .


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CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): A multiword predicate is the combination of a predicate (often a verb) with one or more of its arguments, that together form a single unit of predicative meaning. We focus on a broad class of multiword predicates, in which a verb combines with a noun in the direct object position (e.g., give a groan and shoot the breeze).

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Automatic Acquisition of Knowledge About Multiword Predicates Afsaneh Fazly Department of Computer Science University of Toronto 6 King’s College Road Toronto, ON M5S 3H5 Canada [email protected] Suzanne Stevenson Department of Computer Science University of Toronto Automatic Lexical Acquisition of Properties of MWPs.

about multiword predicates Afsaneh Fazly Æ Suzanne Stevenson Æ Ryan North pose a challenge to automatic lexical acquisition methods.

These verbs Automatically learning semantic knowledge. Automatic Acquisition of Lexical Knowledge about Multiword Predicates. By Afsaneh Fazly. Abstract. A multiword predicate is the combination of a predicate (often a verb) with one or more of its arguments, that together form a single unit of predicative meaning.

We focus on a broad class of multiword predicates, in which a verb combines with a Author: Afsaneh Fazly. Highly frequent and highly polysemous verbs, such as give, take, and make, pose a challenge to automatic lexical acquisition methods. These verbs widely participate in multiword predicates (such as light verb constructions, or LVCs), in which they contribute a broad range of figurative meanings that must be recognized.

Here we focus on two properties that are key to the Cited by: A possible way of solving the knowledge acquisition bottleneck in word sense disambiguation is mining very large corpora (most prominently the World Wide Web) to automatically acquire lexical information and examples to feed supervised learning by: 2.

Automatic Acquisition of Knowledge About Multiword Predicates. Automatic acquisition of lexical knowledge about multiword predicates. Ph.D. in Computer Science, University of Toronto.

Ph.D. in Computer Science, University of Cited by: 3. Lexical knowledge, vocabulary acquisition and vocabulary learning strategies Lexical acquisition is central to Second Language Acquisition (SLA) as vocabulary is basic to communication, and often regarded as the greatest source of problems by language learners (Segler et al., ).Author: Renata Klimek.

Automatically learning semantic knowledge about multiword predicates Afsaneh Fazly 0 Suzanne Stevenson * Ryan North Published online: 20 June x Springer Science+Business Media B.V. Abstract Highly frequent and highly polysemous verbs, such as give, take, and make, pose a challenge to automatic lexical acquisition methods.

These verbs. Automatic Acquisition of Lexical Knowledge about Multiword Predicates Afsaneh Fazly Doctor of Philosophy Graduate Department of Computer Science University of Toronto A multiword predicate is the combination of a predicate (often a verb) with one or more of its arguments, that together form a single unit of predicative meaning.

Automatically learning semantic knowledge about multiword predicates Automatically learning semantic knowledge about multiword predicates Fazly, Afsaneh; Stevenson, Suzanne; North, Ryan Lang Resources & Evaluation () –89 DOI /s Automatically learning semantic knowledge about multiword predicates Afsaneh Fazly.

Towards the Automatic Acquisition of Lexical Selection Rules Jin Yang SYSTRAN Software. Inc. Fay Avenue, Suite La Jolla, CAUSA [email protected] Abstract This paper is a study of a certain type of collocations and implication and applica- tion to acquisition of lexical selection rules in transfer-approach MT systems.

Collo. lexical semantics for encoding lexical knowledge; and secondly, our focus is on nominals, for both pragmatic and theoretical reasons, l'~or full-text information re- trieval, information about nominals is pararnomlt, as most queries tend to be expressed as conjunctions O[" t]O/lllS. This thesis deals with the acquisition and probabilistic modeling of lexical knowledge.

A con-siderable body of work in lexical semantics concentrates on describing and representing sys-tematic polysemy, i.e., the regular and predictable meaning alternations certain classes of words are subject to.

A multiword predicate is the combination of a predicate (often a verb) with one or more of its arguments, that together form a single unit of predicative meaning. We focus on a broad class of multiword predicates, in which a verb combines with a noun in the direct object position (e.g., give a groan and shoot the breeze).Author: and Afsaneh Fazly and Afsaneh Fazly.

Afsaneh Fazly. Automatic Acquisition of Lexical Knowledge about Multiword Predicates. Ph.D. dissertation. University of Toronto. Google Scholar; Afsaneh Fazly and Suzanne Stevenson.

Distinguishing subtypes of multiword expressions using linguistically-motivated statistical measures. based system for the semi-automatic acquisition and maintenance of lexical and semantic knowledge in a knowledge-based machine translation system. This rule-based system is called COOL: Creator Of ontologies and Lexicons.

COOL can create and up- date various lexical and semantic knowledge. M.A. Hearst. Automatic acquisition of hyponyms from large text corpora. In Proceedings of COLING, M.A. Hearst and H.

Schu¨tze. Customizing a lexicon to better suit a compu-tational task. In Proceeding of the ACL SIGLEX Workshop Acquisition of Lexical Knowledge from Text, D. Hindle. Noun classification from predicate-argument. Automatic acquisition of adjective lexicalizations of restriction classes Sebastian Walter, Christina Unger, Philipp Cimiano, and Bettina Lanser Semantic Computing Group, CITEC, Bielefeld University Abstract.

Lexical knowledge plays a vital role for systems translating between natural language and structured data, and an important part of such Cited by: 2.Den Haag ‘The Hague’. Although we will refer to the lexical elements in the knowledge base as words in the next sections, it should be clear to the reader that we do not only include single words, but also multiword terms.

Polysemy and homonymy ‘One of the basic problems of lexical semantics is the apparent multiplicity of.lexical paraphrases according to different topics. However, the topics are limited and predefined.

Thus, their method cannot paraphrase a word according to any given context. This paper addresses the problem of context-specific paraphrasing (CSP), which aims at acquiring specific para-phrases according to a given context. In lexical CSP, words.