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Representation and Acquisition of Lexical Knowledge: Polysemy, Ambiguity, and Generativity

Judith Klavans

Representation and Acquisition of Lexical Knowledge: Polysemy, Ambiguity, and Generativity

Papers from the 1995 Spring Symposium (Aaai Technical Reports)

by Judith Klavans

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Published by AAAI Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Epistemology,
  • Philosophy

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages185
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11471006M
    ISBN 100929280849
    ISBN 109780929280844

    The representation of lexical descriptions and the tools for population of dictionary models and for model evolution will be based on the typed feature structure system, TFS, an implementation of typed feature logics developed in a previous project of the institute, since Representation and Acquisition of Lexical Knowledge: Polysemy. Graeme Hirst. Near-synonymy and the structure of lexical knowledge. Working notes, AAAI Symposium on Representation and Acquisition of Lexical Knowledge: Polysemy, Ambiguity, and Generativity, pp. , March PDF; Diana Inkpen. Building a Lexical Knowledge-Base of Near-Synonym Differences. Ph.D. Thesis.

    An Integrative, Layered Approach to Lexical Semantics and its Application to Machine Translation, in Working Notes of the AAAI Spring Symposium on the Representation and Acquisition of Lexical Knowledge: Polysemy, Ambiguity, and Generativity, Stanford University. Aug 01,  · AAAI Spring Symposium Series, Workshop on the Representation and Acquisition of Lexical Knowledge: Polysemy, Ambiguity, and Generativity. 8pg. March, , Stanford, CA, Palmer, Martha, Hyun Seok Park, and Dania Egedi. The Application of Korean-English Machine Translation to a Military Message Domain.".

    “Analysis of Documents for Summarization: The Role of Verbs”. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Predicative Forms in Natural Language and Lexical Knowledge Bases. Toulouse, France. Klavans, Judith L. (a). “Representation & Acquisition of Lexical Knowledge - Polysemy, Ambiguity, & Generativity”. Contextually-Dependent Lexical Semantics Cornelia Maria Verspoor PhD The Universityof Edinburgh Abstract This thesis is an investigation of phenomena at the interface between syntax, semantics, and pragmatics, with the aim of arguing for a view of semantic interpretation as lexically-driven yet contextually dependent.


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Representation and Acquisition of Lexical Knowledge: Polysemy, Ambiguity, and Generativity by Judith Klavans Download PDF EPUB FB2

Representation and Acquisition of Verbal Polysemy / 39 Fumiyo Fukumoto and Jun'ichi Tsujii. A Case Frame Learning Method for Japanese Polysemous Verbs / 45 Masahiko Haruno.

Near-Synonymy And The Structure Of Lexical Knowledge / 51 Graeme Hirst. Principles as Lexical Methods / 58 Jacques Jayez and Daniele Godard. Representation and Acquisition of Verbal Polysemy 39 Fumiyo Fukumoto and Jun'ichi Tsujii A Case Frame Learning Method for Japanese Polysemous Verbs 45 Masahiko Haruno Near-synonymy and the structure of lexical knowledge 51 Ambiguity Hirst Principles as lexical methods 57 Jacques Jayez and Daniele Godard.

"Representation and Acquisition of Lexical Knowledge: Polysemy, Ambiguity, and Generativity" is to address the step in the process of coping with ambiguity which involves the transition from the descriptive to the explanatory.

Appears in the Working Notes of the AAAI Spring Symposium on Representation and Acquisition of Lexical Knowledge: Polysemy, Ambiguity, and Generativity, Palo Alto, CA, MarchLexical.

Representation and acquisition of lexical knowledge: Polysemy, Ambiguity and Generativity. Technical report SS, Papers from the Spring Symposium, American Association for Artificial Intelligence. Kratzer, A. On external arguments.

Functional Projections. Benedicto and J. Aug 20,  · () Near-synonymy and the structure of lexical knowledge. In AAAI symposium on representation and acquisition of lexical knowledge: Polysemy, ambiguity, and generativity (pp. 51–56).

Menlo Park, CA: AAAI Press. AAAI Symposium on Representation and Acquisition of Lexical Knowledge: Polysemy, Ambiguity, and Generativity, Stanford University Hirst, Graeme. “ Ontological assumptions in knowledge representation “ Knowledge acquisition as knowledge explication by conceptual analysis.” Technical report CSRI, Computer Systems Research.

Although there may be exceptions, the great majority of cases where different meanings of a verb are associated with different subcategorisation frames involve polysemy. That is, these verbs exhibit highly related meanings, often because a concrete or physical sense (He felt the bump on the table).

Speech Act Vocabulary: does Hyponymy Recapitulate Polysemy. AAAI Spring Symposium: Representation and Acquisition of Lexical Knowledge: Polysemy Ambiguity and Generativity. Towards the acquisition and representation of a broad-coverage lexicon. Symposium on Representation and Acquisition of Lexical Knowledge: Polysemy, Ambiguity, and Generativity, AAAI Spring Symposium Series, pp.

Janyce Wiebe & Bruce, Rebecca (). Probabilistic classifiers for tracking point of view. lexical resources, to increase their utility for lexical acquisition in the context of polysemy: fully parsed corpora, and abstract semantic tagging of both verbs and nouns.

These desiderata derive from a worked example of how lexical acquisition might proceed specifically in the context of handling the phenomenon of logical metonymy. BibTeX @INPROCEEDINGS{Department95near-synonymyand, author = {Graeme Hirst Department and Graeme Hirst}, title = {Near-Synonymy and the Structure of Lexical Knowledge}, booktitle = {In AAAI Symposium on Representation and Acquisition of Lexical Knowledge: Polysemy, Ambiguity, and Generativity}, year = {}, pages = {}}.

Building semantic concordances: Disambiguation vs. annotation. In Representation and acquisition of lexical knowledge: Polysemy, ambiguity, and generativity (Technical Report SS).Author: George A.

Miller. Towards the acquisition and representation of a broad-coverage lexicon. Symposium on Representation and Acquisition of Lexical Knowledge: Polysemy, Ambiguity, and Generativity, AAAI Spring Symposium Series, pp.

Bruce, Rebecca & Wiebe, Janyce (). Word-sense disambiguation using decomposable models. In Working notes, AAAI Symposium on Representation and Acquisition of Lexical Knowledge: Polysemy, Ambiguity, and Generativity, Stanford University () 51–56 Google Scholar Inkpen, Diana and Hirst, Graeme: Building a lexical knowledge-base of near-synonym justeetredehors.com by: () Near-synonymy and the structure of lexical knowledge.

In J. Klavans (Ed.), AAAI Symposium on Representation and Acquisition of Lexical Knowledge: Polysemy, Ambiguity, and Generativity. Jun 30,  · Using elements of lexical semantics, these frameworks are able to model many complex phenomena related to the polysemy of words and their context-dependent meanings.

However, they are just as powerful as the lexical resources they can justeetredehors.com by: 3. Hirst, Graeme. Near-synonymy and the structure of lexical knowledge. In AAAI Symposium on Representation and Acquisition of Lexical Knowledge: Polysemy, Ambiguity, and Generativity, pagesStanford, CA, March.]] Google Scholar; Hovy, Eduard.

Generating Natural Language Under Pragmatic Constraints. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.]]Author: EdmondsPhilip, HirstGraeme. Near-synonymy and the structure of lexical knowledge.

In AAAI Symposium on Representation and Acquisition of Lexical Knowledge: Polysemy, Ambiguity, and Generativity, pagesStanford, CA, March. Google Scholar; Karow, Yael and Shimon Edelman. Learning similarity-based word sense disambiguation from sparse data. lexical ambiguity theory that states that only context-relevant meaning becomes activated (usually hi vs.

low frequency words) Exhaustive/Multiple Access Theory lexical ambiguity theory that states that simultaneous activation of all meanings but the resolution of the meaning is based on context in a second stage (usually for two low frequency. Nicholas Ostler: ``Speech Act Vocabulary: does Hyponymy recapitulate Polysemy'', in: Proceedings of the AAAI Spring Symposium: Representation and Acquisition of Lexical Knowledge: Polysemy Ambiguity and Generativity, connect what we read with prior knowledge and what we just read creates coherence.

("the book was read" vs " i read book") - polysemy. Polysemy. words with multiple meanings. homonyms, metaphors, ambiguity the less you comprehend.

it takes time to fixate on text and construct mental representations. What are some scientifically.BibTeX @INPROCEEDINGS{Dolan95metaphoras, author = {William B. Dolan}, title = {Metaphor as an emergent property of machine-readable dictionaries}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the AAAI Spring Symposium Series: Representation and Acquisition of Lexical Knowledge: Polysemy, Ambiguity and Generativity}, year = {}, pages = {}}.