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Lexical semantic classification of Dutch verbs

Anna Linnea Oppentocht

Lexical semantic classification of Dutch verbs

towards constructing NLP and human-friendly definitions

by Anna Linnea Oppentocht

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Published by LEd in Utrecht .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dutch language -- Verb.,
  • Dutch language -- Semantics.,
  • Lexical grammar.,
  • Natural language processing (Computer science)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementdoor Anna Linnea Oppentocht.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPF271 .O67 1999
    The Physical Object
    Pagination291 p. :
    Number of Pages291
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6826624M
    ISBN 109054340703
    LC Control Number00309740

    Besides providing extensive support for David Perlmutter's hypothesis that unaccusativity is syntactically represented but semantically determined, this monograph contributes significantly to the development of a theory of lexical semantic representation and to the elucidation of the mapping from lexical semantics to syntax. Unaccusativity is an extended investigation into a set of linguistic. This article reports on the results of a corpus-based study of alternating ditransitive argument structures comprising an agent-like, a theme-like and.

    This book presents a new classification of speech acts. It is an alter­ native to all previously published classifications of speech acts. The classification proposed here is based on an extensive set of data, name­ lyon all the verbs designating linguistic activities and aspects thereof.   Grammatical and lexical instances of Dutch verb forms. Our test case is Dutch verbs. Based on the diagnostic criteria entailed by the functional theory, we propose that not only must grammatical verbs (auxiliaries) and full verbs be distinguished, the distinction applies even to distributionally distinct instances of the same word forms.

    Lexical-semantic relations: Theoretical and practical perspectives. Philadelphia; Amsterdam: John Benjamins Pub. Co. This book concerns over different understandings of lexical semantics with regards to “sense relations”. In efforts to explore various use of data as lexical resource, it also focuses on the building of these lexical resources.   The syntactic-semantic classification is based on Quirk (). The types of the compound and complex sentences are recorded by registering the conjunctions and other connectives occurring in them. The criterion for distinguishing the simple sentence from the compound and complex sentence is the number of finite verbs contained in a sentence.


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Lexical semantic classification of Dutch verbs by Anna Linnea Oppentocht Download PDF EPUB FB2

Lexical semantics (also known as lexicosemantics), is a subfield of linguistic units of analysis in lexical semantics are lexical units which include not only words but also sub-words or sub-units such as affixes and even compound words and phrases.

Lexical units include the catalogue of words in a language, the l semantics looks at how the meaning of the lexical. examining verb behavior can provide insight into verb meaning via a case study of two verbs. This study also introduces two important semantic verb classes. • break and hit pattern together in some ways: both are transitive and take instrument with Size: KB.

Lexical-semantic verb classifications have proved useful in supporting various natural language processing (NLP) tasks. The largest and the most widely deployed classification in English is Levin.

Lexical-semantic verb classifications have proved useful in supporting various natural language processing (NLP) tasks. The largest and the most widely deployed classification in English is Levin's () taxonomy of verbs and their classes.

While this resource is attractive in being extensive enough for some NLP use, it is not comprehensive. Lexical Semantics of Verbs IV: Aspectual Approaches to Lexical Semantic Representation Reading: DowtySection 4; Kearns ; L&RHSections 1 Aspectual approaches: An introduction As verbs denote events that take place in time, can verbs be differentiated according to how the events they denote take place in time?File Size: KB.

The present paper presents a comprehensive analysis of the verbal aspect in general and with special emphasis on the comparison of Chinese and Slovenian lexical aspect.

Recognised discrepancies between the conceptualisation and verbalisation of actions in unrelated languages indicate that deeper cognitive differences affect our perception of reality, which is something that should be more.

Lexical Semantics of Verbs II: The Structure of Event Structure Reading: L&RHSections; RH&L ; also suggested: Levin ; L&RH to appear, especially Sections 1 The bipartite structure of verb meaning The organization of the lexicon into grammatically relevant, semantically coherent verb classes.

Lexical aspect is a stock concept of natural language semantics that intersects with grammatical aspect, tense, adverbial modification, the syntax and semantics of quantification and various expressions of quantity, argument structure, and linking at the lexical semantics–syntax interface.

It also plays a role in the temporal sequencing of discourse, and is a semantic category that. theoretical research done on lexical-semantic verb classication over the past decades. In this classication, verbs which display the same or similar set of diathesis alternations in the realization of their argument structure are assumed to share certain meaning components and are organized into a se-mantically coherent class.

AN EXAMPLE: My book English Verb Classes and Alternations (Levin ) classifies English verbs that do not (exclusively) take sentential complements in two ways: according to their SEMANTIC CONTENT: manner of motion verbs, directed motion verbs, sound verbs, change of state verbs, perception verbs, verbs of gestures and sign, weather.

The Lexical Semantics of Verbs I: Introduction and Causal Approaches to Lexical Semantic Representation Textbook: For further elaboration of much of the material in these lectures, see Chapters 1–4 of Evidence: like process verbs, Dutch blozen ‘blush’ selects the auxiliary hebben ‘have’.

Using Beth Levin's semantic classification of the English verbs as a gold standard, we (i) test the hypothesis that the syntactic behavior of a verb can be used to predict its semantic class, and. TY - CHAP. T1 - Verbs, Constructions, and Semantic Frames.

AU - Goldberg, Adele E. PY - /5/1. Y1 - /5/1. N2 - In what ways can events combine to form a single predication. The classification in Table 2 contains one logical possibility that we have not yet discussed, in which an internal goal argument (that is, an argument with a semantic role similar to that assigned to the dative argument of a ditransitive verb) functions as the subject of the clause, and which we may therefore call undative verbs.

Lexical and Phrasal Semantics. Lexical semantics is concerned with the meanings of words and the meaning of relationships among words, while phrasal semantics is concerned with the meaning of syntactic units larger than the word.

Semantic properties are the components of meanings of words. On the other hand, a light verb with less argument information is more likely to occur after other light verbs and closer to the event complement. The two semantic constraints form a general principle for the ordering of light verbs.

The findings of this study can also contribute to a finer-grained classification of Chinese light verbs. It compares the semantic classification of lexical reduplication in diverse languages, focusing on three quantitative studies on the distributions of semantic categories in three typologically and.

The focus of this paper will be the representation of verbs forms and verb concpets in WordNet, a semantic network of English (Miller, ; Fellbaum, in press). A brief comparison between WordNet and decompositional models of the lexicon as well as Pustejovsky’s (, ) Generative Lexicon is followed by an examination of synonym sets.

This book presents a new classification of speech acts. It is an alter­ native to all previously published classifications of speech acts. The classification proposed here is based on an extensive set of data, name­ lyon all the verbs designating linguistic activities and aspects thereof.

Ritter and Rosen () argued that the lexical semantics of the verb has limited influence on the syntactic behavior of the arguments or the semantic interpretation of the clause. This paper will focus on the semantic representation of verbs in computer systems and its impact on lexical selection problems in machine translation (MT).

Two groups of English and Chinese verbs are examined to show that lexical selection must be based on interpretation of the sentences as well as selection restrictions placed on the verb.This text presents an extended investigation into a set of linguistic phenomena that have received much attention over the last 15 years.

Besides providing support for David Perlmutter's hypothesis that unaccusativity is syntactically represented but semantically determined, this book contributes to the development of a theory of lexical semantic representation and to the elucidation of the.Classification of Noun-Noun Compound Semantics in Dutch and Afrikaans Conference Paper (PDF Available) September with Reads How we measure 'reads'.